Twin Jet Renews Rockwell Collins’ CASP

By Editor 30-Jan-2018

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France-based TWIN JET has renewed Rockwell Collins’ Corporate Aircraft Service Program (CASP) for its fleet of 12 Beechcraft 1900D aircraft for the next three years, announced Rockwell Collins in a statement. About 90% of the customers have renewed the CASP offered by Rockwell Collins, one of the leading aviation and high-integrity solutions provider for commercial and military customers around the world. The Corporate Aircraft Service Program (CASP) has resulted in increased fleet availability. More than 2,500 customers worldwide have enrolled in CASP.

Thierry Tosi, Vice President and General Manager, Service Solutions for Rockwell Collins, has said that the company is proud of its ability to provide Twin Jet with support that has resulted in improved aircraft availability while ensuring operational savings. “We look forward to continuing to meet their needs going forward. Rockwell Collins owns one of the largest asset pools for standard exchange and forward-deployed equipment, which is available on a priority basis to our customers,” she added.

Rockwell Collins’ CASP, which has an industry-leading 90 percent contract renewal rate, maximizes aircraft availability through comprehensive and highly responsive 24/7 global customer service and support. Quick access to spares and expert staff keep aircraft downtime to a minimum. In addition, CASP provides operators with fixed, predictable maintenance costs, thus eliminating expenses that can be associated with unexpected repairs.

Olivier Dubois, Airworthiness Manager at Twin Jet, has said that CASP has given Twin Jet a simple way to cover all the Rockwell Collins avionics on board its aircraft. “We value the superior customer support, budget predictability and consistent aircraft availability that comes with the program,” he added.