“In order for a foreign operator to bring an aircraft for service to a repair station in the U.S., the facility would have to be approved by the country under which the aircraft is registered. Europe, Saudi Arabia, China, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina and Venezuela are enforcing this requirement”, says Santiago G. Carol, Regional Sales Manager with West Star Aviation in Mexico and Latin America.

Customers with King Airs, C441, Citation (all series); Learjets (all 30/40/55/60 series); Gulfstream 100 – 150 – 200; Challenger 300 – 601 – 604; Hawker 800/XP; Falcon 10/20; Beechjet 400; and IAI Westwind 1124 series in that market will now have a closer West Star option for their aircraft’s maintenance and avionics service needs.

“Our Venezuelan customers can now access West Star service in this location convenient to the South Florida port of entry”, says Carol.

Source and image: West Star Aviation