StandardAero Awarded T56 Series IV Engine Authorized Maintenance Center License

Rolls-Royce has awarded StandardAero its prestigious Authorized Maintenance Center (AMC) license to repair and overhaul T56 Series IV engines.  The license includes the T56-A-427 and T56-A-427A, which power the Northrop Grumman E-2C Hawkeye and Advanced Hawkeye, all-weather, carrier-capable tactical airborne early warning aircraft in service with the U.S. Navy. The T56-A-427/-427A delivers 5,250 shaft horsepower.   

StandardAero’s San Antonio MRO facility has been overhauling the T56 Series IV since their first induction in 2018, and has completed over 127 engines to date. This new AMC license allows StandardAero to provide repair support for these engines to any global customer.

StandardAero has complete capability today, including a correlated T56-A-427A engine test facility, to provide immediate T56 Series IV repair and overhaul.  

Rick Pataky, StandardAero San Antonio Military Vice President and General Manager commented, “We are proud to continue our support for the U.S. Navy and their critical mission. Moreover, we are dedicated to providing quality service, value, and mission readiness to all of our military customers, and being acutely responsive to our customer needs as they address urgent real-world events.”