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EL AL signs agreement with Rolls-Royce

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Eric  Schulz, President Civil Aerospace at Rolls-Royce plc UK, Tami Moses Borowitz, Deputy Chair EL AL and David Maimon, President and CEO EL AL marked the signing of a cooperative agreement for Rolls-Royce maintenance and support services for Trent 1000 engines in EL AL’s  new Dreamliner Aircraft.

The event was held in the presence of David Quarrey, UK Ambassador to Israel.

This is part of EL AL’s renewal plan announced by the airline this past October for renewing the wide-body fleet with 15 new Dreamliner aircraft with an option for purchasing 13 additional planes. The aircraft are scheduled for delivery at EL AL as of 2017.

David Maimon, EL AL President and CEO: “Rolls Royce is a major player in the field of aircraft engines. As part of the biggest renewal plan in the history of EL AL, the decision to work with Rolls Royce was natural. The installation of the Trent 1000 engines on the new Dreamliner aircraft is of great importance to Israel’s aviation scene. I would like to thank Eric Schulz and the Rolls-Royce team for their cooperation; I am certain that this partnership will enable the two companies to work together for a long period”.

Mr. Eric Schulz, President Civil Aerospace at Rolls-Royce:  “We are proud to continue our close cooperation with EL AL that began over 50 years ago. We look forward, with great pleasure, to delivering the Trent 1000 engines that offer a significant economic advantage. This, plus the Rolls Royce reliability maximize the availability of the aircraft”.

Mr. David Quarrey, UK Ambassador to Israel: “I am excited to be present at the signing of this agreement, which, above all else, reflects the strength of the commercial ties between Britain and Israel. This testifies to the long-standing soundness of the ties between the two countries. This is a historic moment – the largest ever UK business arrangement with Israel”.

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