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Monday
Jul302018

West Star Aviation Completes First Falcon 7X C-Inspection

West Star Aviation recently completed its first Falcon 7X C- inspection at its East Alton, IL (KALN), facility.

In addition to the Falcon 7X C-inspection, which is the most comprehensive inspection for potential major maintenance for the Falcon 7X aircraft, West Star also performed a complete paint and interior transformation in addition to a Honeywell Ovation cabin avionics upgrade.

"We are pleased to continue to offer one-stop capabilities to our Falcon customers at all of our facilities," said Eric Kujawa, Vice President, Falcon Product Development, West Star Aviation. "This is the first C-inspection West Star has completed on a Falcon 7X, so this is a milestone for the company and East Alton. We look forward to continuing to expand our Falcon capabilities at all four of our state-of-the-art facilities," Kujawa continued.

In addition to its facilities in East Alton, IL; Grand Junction, CO; Chattanooga, TN, and Perryville, MO, West Star Aviation runs maintenance operations at Aspen-Pitkin County Airport in Aspen, CO; Chicago Executive Airport in Chicago, IL; Centennial Airport in Denver, CO and Conroe-North Houston Regional Airport in Houston, TX. The company also provides complete FBO services for transient aircraft at its newly remodeled East Alton and Grand Junction facilities. For more information visit www.weststaraviation.com or call 800-922-2421.

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