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Rolls Royce Signs Deal With NetJets

Rolls Royce has signed up with NetJets Middle East for CorporateCare, the engine maintenance and management programme for six Rolls Royce powered aircraft. The aircraft comprise three Tay 611-8 powered Gulfstream GIVs and three Gulfstream G-450s powered by Tay611-8C engines.

Source: www.ameinfo.com  

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