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Western continues to work closely alongside Dassault
Western Aircraft is celebrating 20 years as a Dassault Falcon authorised service centre this year. The company is authorised to install ProLine 21, Honeywell Primus Elite integrated flight decks and Gogo Avance L5 systems.

Western Aircraft, a Greenwich AeroGroup company based in Boise, Idaho, has received a renewed ASC contract from Dassault Falcon Jet Corp.

Western received its first designation as a heavy jet service centre in 2001 and maintains broad-ranging capabilities from maintenance services to avionics retrofits including Collins ProLine 21, Honeywell Primus Elite integrated flight decks and Gogo Avance L5 system installations. It also offers the latest in Aviation Clean Air Ionisation purification system installations on most Falcon models, along with full interior retrofits and modifications, including wood, seats and other soft goods.

“We are very proud of our longstanding relationship with Dassault Falcon Jet,” says Austin Shontz, VP and GM. “In fact, we are celebrating 20 years as a Falcon ASC this year. When customers come to Boise for service they know that we will provide them with the highest standards of quality that they would expect to receive from a Dassault Falcon Jet ASC.”

Western technicians are factory-trained and the company boasts a large customer base from the western US and Canada. In 2018, Western announced that it had completed its 100th Falcon C-inspection, which is the largest maintenance event on a Falcon aircraft. Since that time, Western has completed an additional 18 C-inspections.

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