Rolls-Royce and Volo Aero MRO have signed a ten year agreement covering the support of T56 single engine piece part maintenance repair and overhaul services.
“Volo Aero MRO is pleased to announce this agreement to provide the T56 AMC and AMOF network with an additional resource and capacity for the MRO services we provide. This agreement reflects the continued growth in our relationship with Rolls-Royce and complements our strategy of partnering with world renowned OEM’s.” states Andrew Walmsley President of Volo Aero MRO.
“Rolls-Royce is committed to providing cost effective maintenance solutions to our operating community by establishing a network of quality facilities providing MRO activity. We are pleased to add Volo Aero MRO to our growing network of facilities that provide component repair capabilities to our AMC Network to offer reliable, cost effective solutions today and into the future to keep the T56 engine flying,” said Doug Disher, Rolls-Royce, T56 Program Manager.
With over 18,000 engines manufactured since 1953 and more than 230 million flight hours accumulated, the T56/501 engine continues to be the leader of large turboprop engines for both military and commercial use. They are maintained by the Rolls-Royce authorized MRO Support Network, providing affordable, reliable support solutions. The AMC Network includes 9 approved, licensed maintenance centers around the globe.