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Rolls-Royce Signs TotalCare Deals Worth US$1.2 billion with Emirates

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Rolls-Royce has concluded an agreement valued at US$1.2 billion (AED 4.4 billion) to provide contracted engine services powering 50 of Emirates 152 wide-bodied aircraft.

Rolls-Royce will provide TotalCare long term services support for Trent 700 engines powering 29 Airbus A330 aircraft and Trent 800 engines powering 21 Boeing 777 aircraft.

His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al-Maktoum, Chairman and Chief Executive, Emirates Airline & Group said, These agreements will extend the business relationship and strengthen the partnership between the two companies. This will also provide a better platform for effective management of engine life cycle costs and enhanced engine reliability.

With a fleet of 152 modern, wide-bodied aircraft Emirates currently flies to 108 destinations in 65 countries from its international hub of Dubai.

Peter Dunsford, Rolls-Royce, Vice President, Civil Middle East, said, We have a long and proud history of working with Emirates, which over the last eighteen years has gone from strength to strength. These agreements will see us work closely together to drive predictability and efficiency across the fleet and is confirmation of the continuing and successful partnership between our two companies.

TotalCare long-term service agreements, in place on 90% of Trent engines, are designed to minimise customer financial risk and enhance operational performance and reliability, allowing operators to concentrate on their core business.

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