Atlantic Aero Expands Falcon Service Capabilities

Atlantic Aero of Greenwich AeroGroup Inc., announced today that it has expanded its Falcon Jet Services to include F900 and F2000 business aircraft. The company has already secured facilities, tooling, technical data and experienced personnel in order to provide operators with a superior choice of service.

 

“We are extremely pleased to expand our maintenance services to better support Falcon operators,” said Atlantic Aero President Jim Spinder. “This service expansion combined with the renowned Falcon maintenance services of Western Aircraft, our sister company located in Boise, Idaho, will substantially improve the support footprint we can offer our customers.”

 

Atlantic Aero has been serving F10, F20 and F50 operators for more than ten years. The expansion into the F900 and F2000 fleet includes the addition of a 23,660 square-foot hangar to Atlantic Aero’s aircraft maintenance campus capable of housing up to ultra long range business jets. The hangar also boasts an additional 6,500 square-feet of space for support shops and office space.

 

Additionally, Atlantic Aero has added staff to support the program. Falcon Program Manager Scott Shiells has more than 20 years of aviation experience, including serving as a director of maintenance programs for a large MRO network, and is a specialist in the areas of customer service and maintenance project management. He has extensive experience with Falcon aircraft maintenance and will be the main onsite contact for Falcon operators. Falcon Regional Sales Manager John Bullen is the main sales contact for scheduling service maintenance at Atlantic Aero. Bullen has extensive customer service management experience and more than 13 years in service sales for Falcon aircraft, 10 of those years with Dassault Falcon.

 

Atlantic Aero offers a variety of services including major inspections, repairs and modifications, line service and Aircraft on Ground support, engine support, avionics upgrades and interior refurbishment and repair.

 

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