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Western gets its wish for Williams work
The FJ44 authorisation allows Western Aircraft to work on Cessna 525, 525+, 525 A, A+, B, C and M2 models. As a PC-24 authorised service facility, it is already familiar with the engine type.

Western Aircraft, a Greenwich AeroGroup company, is now authorised to work on Williams International FJ44 engines for various models of Cessna Citation jets.

Western is very familiar with these engines as a Williams authorised service facility for the Pilatus PC-24. This new FJ44 authorisation allows it to also work on Cessna 525, 525+, 525 A, A+, B, C and M2 models.

“We are excited to add Citation models to our authorisation for Williams FJ44 engines,” says director of aircraft services Jody Harris. “It's another way to provide quality customer service to our Cessna customers.”

Williams' authorisation will allow Western Aircraft to assist Cessna Citation customers with engine rentals, parts and warranty claims.

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