Wednesday, 13 January 2016 – Originally published at Rolls-Royce
Singapore Airlines has extended its TotalCare® service agreement with Rolls-Royce for Trent 800 engines that power its Boeing 777 aircraft.
TotalCare enables the business models of the aircraft owner and Rolls-Royce to be fully aligned to improve engine reliability, increase time on wing, and maximise the engine services contribution to customer business performance.
Dominic Horwood, Rolls-Royce, Chief Customer Officer – Civil Large Engines, said: “Singapore Airlines is an extremely valued customer and we are proud that TotalCare will continue to support these engines. This is a further demonstration of our commitment to provide flexible services to our customers across the engine lifecycle.”
TotalCare is one of a range of competitive, capable and flexible services within the Rolls-Royce Services Catalogue, which also includes SelectCare™ and MRO Services.
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