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Western Aircraft renews status as Dassault Falcon Jet ASC
With a team of factory-trained experts, Western provides services to a diverse clientele throughout the western US and Canada. It has renewed its Falcon Jet ASC for the 23rd year.
Western Aircraft has accomplished more than 130 C-checks, representing the most thorough inspection available for all Falcon models.

Idaho-based MRO Western Aircraft has successfully renewed its agreement with Dassault Falcon Jet Corp for the 23rd year, maintaining its status as an authorised service centre (ASC).

Since its original accreditation as a heavy maintenance, repair and overhaul service centre in 2001, Western Aircraft has significantly grown in both its scale and breadth of services provided. The company offers maintenance, avionics enhancements with cutting-edge Gogo Avance air to ground system installations, and detailed interior refurbishments and updates. It is also skilled in specialised airframe modifications like dry bay modifications. Impressively, Western Aircraft has accomplished more than 130 C-checks, representing the most thorough inspection available for all Falcon models.

"We are honoured to have our authorisation with Dassault Falcon Jet extended," says vice president and general manager Austin Shontz. "Our commitment to excellence and quality service aligns with the esteemed standards of Dassault Falcon Jet."

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