West Star Aviation Completes “Big Three” on Falcon 2000

AINmxReports » June 6, 2012
June 6, 2012, 2:35 PM

West Star Aviation (ALN) recently accomplished the “Big Three” on a Falcon 2000 by completing the first 3C Inspection, installing API blended winglets and performing a wing tank dry bay modification. All three operations were accomplished at West Star Aviation’s East Alton, Ill., facility. The 3C inspection is an 18-year calendar inspection that includes opening and inspecting all access points of the exterior structure, including wing fairings and with the wing tank dry bay modification, opening of the fuel tanks. It also includes a full interior refurbishment and a full repaint of the aircraft. According to West Star Aviation, this is the first time a 3C inspection has been completed on a Falcon 2000.

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