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ExecuJet Aviation Group and Rolls-Royce have renewed the engine service agreement authorising ExecuJet’s Dubai Service Centre to perform engine line maintenance, removals and installations of Rolls-Royce AE 3007A engines. The AE 3007A engine is installed on Embraer Legacy 600 and 650 aircraft.
Rolls-Royce and ExecuJet Middle East entered an initial agreement in 2012, authorising ExecuJet’s Dubai Service Centre to support Rolls-Royce BR710 and AE 3007A engines. The agreement was expanded in 2014, adding five more ExecuJet facilities to the Rolls-Royce Authorised Service Centre network to support its BR710 engines.
Nick Weber, Maintenance Director, ExecuJet Middle East, said: “Our partnership with Rolls-Royce has enabled us to offer our customers an enhanced level of service at our facilities in Australia, China, Malaysia, Nigeria, South Africa and the UAE. Renewing the AE 3007A service agreement demonstrates the successful partnership between ExecuJet and Rolls-Royce over the last few years and we are thrilled to continue working together.”
Andy Robinson, Senior Vice President of Services & Customer Support, Rolls-Royce, Civil Small & Medium Engines, said: “ExecuJet is a valuable addition to our Authorised Service Centre network, providing our CorporateCare customers with the quality of service and convenience they expect from us. We have a strong relationship with ExecuJet and believe this partnership is of significant benefit to our customers.”