Technicians training in Savannah for the Rolls-Royce BR725 engine now have the added assurance of knowing that the training is factory-authorized.
The BR725 is the sole engine powering the flagship Gulfstream G650 aircraft.
FlightSafety, in cooperation with Gulfstream and Rolls-Royce, has been offering BR725 training since early 2014. Rolls-Royce recently named FlightSafety a Civil Small and Medium Engines (CSME) authorized training provider for BR725 Engine and Troubleshooting courses.
Line Maintenance and Borescope Inspection courses provide hands-on practical training using a BR725 engine. Maintenance technicians receive a comprehensive description of the engine, training on borescope inspections and removal and reinstallation of line-replaceable units. Courses also cover engine and engine systems servicing, routine maintenance and inspection, and safety warnings and precautions.
Rolls-Royce and FlightSafety also are developing an Enhanced Troubleshooting course for the engine. Rolls-Royce customers enrolled in CorporateCare® will be able to use their annual Rolls-Royce training voucher for this course.
The BR725 engine courses are part of FlightSafety’s Gulfstream Total Technical Training program. Total Technical Training is designed to improve troubleshooting skills and increase the operational knowledge of those who support and maintain Gulfstream aircraft.