Rolls-Royce has appointed Aero-Dienst as an authorised service centre for its BR710 engines. These units are used in various long-haul Bombardier Global business jets.
Aero-Dienst, headquartered in Nuremberg, Germany, is a full-service provider for business aviation and air ambulance services. With this contract, Aero-Dienst will enhance Rolls-Royce’s Central European service centre network and provide its customers with engine services that are covered by the CorporateCare programme.
In addition to maintaining the Bombardier Global series cells, the experienced team focuses on boroscope engine inspections, line maintenance work, troubleshooting, and providing round-the-clock MRT services. From its location at Albrecht Dürer Airport in Nuremberg (EDDN), Aero-Dienst offers high spare-parts availability.
“Our decades of experience in the area of engine maintenance and our focus on customer needs make a major contribution to our excellent reputation,” said Florian Heinzelmann, maintenance manager at Aero-Dienst. “We offer our customers the highest level of expertise and service with the aim of maximising aircraft availability. This authorisation as a Rolls-Royce partner for BR710 engines extends the breadth of our mission and allows us to provide additional services to customers throughout Europe. Extensive know-how and regular training provided by Rolls-Royce (LM, BM and troubleshooting) have resulted in the outstanding expertise of our Global team.”
“We welcome the team of Aero-Dienst Nuremberg to our global network of authorised service centres,” said Robert Werner, vice president, aircraft availability – business aviation, Rolls-Royce. “With about 4,000 Rolls-Royce powered aircraft in service today, we are the leading engine supplier in business aviation and our customers trust us to deliver outstanding in-service support. Through our collaboration with the world’s most experienced maintenance providers we ensure industry-leading service levels for our growing global CorporateCare customer base.”
In addition to its headquarters in Nuremberg, Aero-Dienst also operates a maintenance station in Oberpfaffenhofen near Munich, as well as two stations in Austria (Vienna and Klagenfurt). The component shop in Landsberg am Lech allows Aero-Dienst to provide local repairs for maintenance operators in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.