RollsRoyce Announces US Government Aircraft Engine Contracts

Rolls-Royce Announces US Government Aircraft Engine Contracts

The company will provide parts and maintenance for thousands of T56 engines powering U.S. military aircraft, under a six-year contract worth $406 million.

LONDON -- Rolls-Royce (IW 1000/234), the British maker of aircraft engines, announced on Monday that it had won two maintenance contracts from the U.S. government worth together up to $496 million

Rolls-Royce will provide parts and maintenance for thousands of T56 engines powering U.S. military aircraft, under a six-year contract worth $406 million, the company said.

It has won also a five-year deal from the U.S. navy worth up to $90 million to deliver engine repairs to E-2 Hawkeye aircraft.

"These contracts demonstrate our continued success in supporting our customers and the thousands of Rolls-Royce T56 engines powering their operations," said Paul Craig, Rolls-Royce, President Defense Services.

"Our mission remains the same: to keep these fleets in the air as their operators require, and we will continue to focus on innovative solutions to provide affordable support for our customers," he added.

Copyright Agence France-Presse, 2013

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