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Western Aircraft Renews Dassault Falcon Mx Authorization

MRO provider has held accreditation as a heavy MRO service center since 2001.

Boise, Idaho-based MRO provider Western Aircraft has renewed its agreement with Dassault Falcon, maintaining its status as an authorized service center of the French-made business jets for a 23rd year.

Since its original accreditation as a heavy MRO Falcon service center in 2001, Western Aircraft has grown in the scale and breadth of its capabilities. The company offers many services, including maintenance, avionics enhancements with Gogo Avance air-to-ground connectivity system installations, and detailed interior refurbishments and updates. Also involved in specialized airframe modifications such as dry bay modifications, Western Aircraft has accomplished more than 130 C-checks, the most thorough inspection available for all Falcon models.

“We are honored to have our authorization with Dassault Falcon Jet extended,” said Austin Shontz, v-p and general manager for Western Aircraft. “Our commitment to excellence and quality service aligns with the esteemed standards of Dassault Falcon Jet.”

An FAA-certified repair station, Western Aircraft supports a diverse clientele throughout the Western U.S. and Canada and holds authorization to maintain and modify Cessna Citation, Dassault Falcon, Daher, Embraer Executive Jets, Pilatus, and Piper aircraft, as well as avionics systems from Gogo Business Aviation, Honeywell, Collins Aerospace, and Universal Avionics.

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