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Canada-based AirSprint has selected Rockwell Collins’Corporate Aircraft Service Program (CASP) for six of its Citation CJ2+ aircraft.
The three-year agreement provides AirSprint with priority access to Rockwell Collins’ global asset pools for rapid exchange to increase fleet availability.
CASP maximizes aircraft availability through comprehensive and highly responsive 24/7 global customer service and support.
It provides operators with fixed, predictable maintenance costs, thus eliminating expenses associated with unexpected failures and downtime.
“AirSprint is confident utilizing CASP will enable us to efficiently manage the needs of our fractional owners and our fleet by reducing downtime and managing costs,” said James Elian, president of AirSprint.
CASP has an industry-leading 90 per cent contract renewal rate, and it currently covers more than 2,500 aircraft supported by a global network of more than 80 locations providing service and support of avionics, cabin, electromechanical and pilot controls equipment.