Rolls Royce Is Set To Take In The 2000th CorporateCare Jet

According to Air SOC, Rolls Royce is planned to take in the 2000th CorporateCare jet which is part of the business fleet of aircrafts. This was during the EBACE, which is also known as the European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibit.

Rolls Royce uses its most top selling BR7000 series to power different types of aircrafts such as the Gulfstream G550 and 650 along with the Global 5000 and 6000. The Embraer Legacy 650 and Cessna Citation X is powered by the AE3007. These are considered large cabin segments which is its own market.

Here is what Steve Friedrich, the vice president of Rolls Royce in North America has to say.

“For the last 16 years we have been the market leader in terms of deliveries in the segments we compete in. And we are still well positioned for growth.”

In addition, Friedrich also talks about how some statistics about the company.

“We have gone from 550 in 2005 to just over 1,000 in 2010, and we are on target to reach 2,000 this year. We are still getting 70% of all new deliveries.”

Friedrich also believes CorporateCare, explaining the “intrinsic value of the product” and well as hoping to “take the risk out of their operation”. To add to this, he also talks about how the company has to work very hard to provide great service.

“Our large-cabin customers are very demanding so we have to deliver industry leading service.”

Rolls Royce is an aerospace, defense, and power systems company that was originally founded in 1906.


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