Rolls-Royce, Delta Pen First SelectCare Contract for Trent Engines

The aftermarket program includes a suite of supplementary aftermarket services that Rolls-Royce said offers cost certainty and fleet plan flexibility.

Rolls-Royce and Delta Air Lines have entered into the first ever SelectCare services agreement for Trent engines, covering the Trent 800 powering the U.S. carrier’s fleet of Boeing 777 aircraft.

Launched by the British engine manufacturer at the beginning of 2016 targeting mature engine fleets, Rolls-Royce has since added carriers including American Airlines and Icelandiar to its SelectCare customer base, servicing both airlines’ RB211 engine fleets.

“SelectCare provides us with a flexible solution for our Trent 800 powered fleet and matches our individual needs for this engine,” said Greg May, senior vice president at Atlanta-based Delta. 

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