The Rolls-Royce M250 turboshaft is the industry-standard engine. Photo courtesy of Rolls-Royce
StandardAero has agreed to provide engine support for Beijing Reignwood Star General Aviation Company Limited’s fleet of Rolls-Royce M250 and RR300 engines. These engines power the company's Bell 407GX, 206L4, 206B3 and Robinson R66 helicopters.
The agreement lasts for one year. StandardAero is a Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC)-certificated maintenance organization and will perform engine repair and overhaul services for Reignwood Star Aviation. It will also serve customers from the Singapore-based Rolls-Royce M250 authorized maintenance center. StandardAero is providing Reignwood Star Aviation with technical engine training to expand customer support capabilities in China.
Reignwood is an international company dedicated to the operation and management of the general aviation industry in China. The company has a base at the Miyun Airport and provides a full range of high-quality aviation services that include flight training, commercial charter flights, aerial photography and aircraft hangar facilities.
StandardAero's Singapore facility is a part of the Fully Integrated Rolls-Royce Support Team network. It is strategically located to provide affordable, quality Rolls-Royce M250 repair and overhaul support, engine testing, component services, rental engines and field service to helicopter operators in Asia, India, Russia, the Middle East and the Pacific Rim.
In addition, StandardAero offers wide-ranging engine, component and airframe support for multiple helicopter platforms to operators worldwide from additional company locations as well.