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G450 owners can save with West Star Collins deal
West Star has partnered with Collins to deliver a limited time, dual upgrade for a G450 top cabin upgrade bundle. The upgrade offers exclusive estimated savings of approximately $200,000 when completed together.

US business aviation MRO specialist West Star Aviation has introduced a new G450 A-level cabin upgrade bundle with a limited time packaged price. The installation includes a Collins Aerospace Venue cabin management system along with an interior upgrade from West Star.

West Star has partnered with Collins to deliver this limited time, dual upgrade with exclusive estimated savings of approximately $200,000 when completed together. The installation replaces the original ACMS and the CMS-1 system and can be performed at any one of West Star's four full-service, authorised Collins Aerospace dealer locations in East Alton, Illinois; Grand Junction, Colorado; Chattanooga, Tennessee or Perryville, Missouri.

“The original factory-installed inflight entertainment systems are becoming increasingly complex to repair due to obsolete replacement parts, so we've developed this unique package offering G450 owners the ability to upgrade both the CMS and interior together, providing considerable savings,” says Walt Marcy, avionics technical sales manager.

The estimated installation time for this limited offering is eight to 12 weeks and can be scheduled in conjunction with any other maintenance event.

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