‘Trial offer’ maintenance plan launched for Honeywell engines

Propulsion International has introduced a trial offer introductory option coupled to a guaranteed “not-to-exceed CAM/Overhaul price” on its Honeywell-backed Group Maintenance Plan (GMP) for TPE-331-series turboprop engines.

“Whether they are flying a single aircraft or a large fleet, operators are looking for ways to help control the costs of maintaining and overhauling their Honeywell TPE-331 engines,” said Propulsion International’s Founder and CEO Chad Ahrens. “Our unique Trial Offer option will allow an operator to enroll a single TPE engine into our Group Maintenance Plan to see for themselves just how much money our program can save them on Hot Sections and CAM/Overhaul events.”

The Trial Offer is capped at 375 total hours or five years, whichever comes first, he said.

“After they reach the 375-hour mark, operators have no further commitment,” Ahrens said. “Although, after they see the savings, we fully expect the majority of owner/operators to decide to continue the program and add other engines. Cost risk protection is valuable and nobody wants to pay more for maintenance.”

“It’s important for operators to understand that the GMP is backed by Honeywell,” he continued. “All inspections and repairs will be completed by an authorized Honeywell Service Center. The difference is lower costs, an upfront price guarantee, and more Honeywell high quality/new parts installed. Engines that are enrolled before disassembly qualify and if enrolled early, unscheduled repairs are free for the hours leading up to the CAM/Overhaul.”

For more information: PropulsionInternational.com or 310-283-9013.

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