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Rolls-Royce signs TotalCare Flex Agreement with AerCap and South African Airlines

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Dana Ermolenko

Rolls-Royce has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with AerCap and South African Airways for TotalCare Flex.

Rolls-Royce will support Trent 500 engines for three AerCap Airbus A340’s operated by South African Airways with TotalCare Flex, which is designed for owners and operators of mature engines.
 
“We are proud to have a global leader in the lessor market such as AerCap and a respected airline such as South African Airways on board with us for TotalCare Flex. The new service is part of our continued commitment to lead the way in services innovation,” said Dominic Horwood, Rolls-Royce, chief customer officer, civil large engines.
 
TotalCare Flex is designed as a service specifically for customers seeking economical management of mature engines.


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