StandardAero Adds Line Maintenance Support for Select Rolls-Royce CorporateCare Engine Models at VNY and SPI Facilities in New Five-year Agreement 

StandardAero is reaching an Authorized Service Center agreement with Rolls-Royce that includes the addition of Rolls-Royce CorporateCare Authorized Service Centers for line-level maintenance at StandardAero’s recently acquired Western Jet Aviation location in Van Nuys, CA for both the Tay 611-8/8C and BR710 A1/A2/C4 engine series and Tay 611-8/8C engines at StandardAero’s Springfield, IL site. 

“This agreement will allow Rolls-Royce CorporateCare operators one-stop service to support their engine line maintenance needs, such as line maintenance inspections, troubleshooting, engine removal and replacements, etc., independent of, or in conjunction with airframe maintenance events,” said Mike McCauley, VP-Programs, Rolls-Royce Engines for StandardAero’s Business Aviation sector. 

The five-year agreement that goes into effect in the first quarter of 2024 also includes the renewal of line maintenance support for CorporateCare operators with AE 3007A engines at StandardAero’s Augusta, GA and Houston, TX facilities and Tay 611-8/8C and BR710 A1/A2/C4 engines at StandardAero’s DFW, TX facility and abroad thru the company’s Mobile Service Team.

“We look forward to finalizing this contract that combines all previous and new agreements into a single agreement for Rolls-Royce CorporateCare services, further solidifying StandardAero’s commitment to providing Rolls-Royce engine support to CorporateCare customers around the world,” McCauley said. 

As a Rolls-Royce Authorized Service Center, StandardAero provides operators with the convenience of dealing directly with Rolls-Royce for CorporateCare-covered maintenance events on the customer’s behalf. 

“Our relationship with Rolls-Royce spans more than six decades,” McCauley said. “We look forward to expanding our Rolls-Royce engine services to additional StandardAero sites to deliver trusted support to Gulfstream and Global Express operators.”