Willis Lease is first to adopt GE Engine Health Validator App

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By TESTCustomwebLP TESTCustomwebLP July 13, 2016 20:26

Willis Lease is first to adopt GE Engine Health Validator App

Willis Lease Finance Corporation entered an agreement to use GE Aviation’s Engine Health Validator app to evaluate engine condition, reducing time and cost to transfer engine assets between lessees. The app replaces the need for performance verification test cell runs by providing an accurate prediction of engine condition for engines maintained in the OEM configuration.

“Our customers have been very pleased with the rollout of this new offering and, when executed with our managed lease return product, it greatly reduces the time, administrative and financial burden of transitioning engines between lessees,” said Brian R. Hole, President, Willis Lease. “We are working hard to deliver innovative solutions to our customers, and collaborating with GE on this project is a very clear step in the right direction.”

“Willis Lease is a leader in engine leasing and management and is the first to adopt this new tool,” said Kevin McAllister, President and CEO, GE Aviation, Services. “We are committed to developing a variety of new digital tools to help customers optimize their operations.”

The Engine Health Validation Report provides a history of engine performance and diagnostic data to aid in time-on-wing estimations and shop visit forecasting, providing a more complete picture of actual engine operation versus a one-time engine test.  Choosing to use the Engine Health Validator app instead of scheduling and performing on- or off-wing engine tests facilitates faster transition of engines between lessees.

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