Rolls-Royce and Volo Aero MRO sign ten-year T56 engine support agreement

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.

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 nine approved, licensed maintenance centers around the globe. Volo Aero MRO is an FAA- and EASA-certified MRO based in Massachusetts, offering in excess of 50 individual repairs for the T56 engine and continues to develop additional repairs for the Authorized Maintenance Centre (AMC) and the Authorized Military Overhaul Facilities (AMOF) network to meet its requirements.

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