Dassault opens new satelite service station at Van Nuys
Dassault Aviation Services has opened a new satellite service station at Van Nuys Airport in Los Angeles. The new facility will be able to provide troubleshooting and line maintenance on all Falcon 50, 900 and 2000 models as well as the Falcon 7X business jet.
“Our new satellite service station in Van Nuys is ideally positioned to serve the high concentration of Falcon operators based there, as well as the significant volume of transient traffic that comes through the area,” said Bob Sundin, senior vice president and chief operating officer of Dassault Aircraft Services.
There is a specialised mobile AOG GoTeam truck that can support customers in the Southwest. It is also prepared to assist customers with in-house inspections.
Dassault Aircraft Services has five full-service facilities and seven satellite service stations located in North America, South America and Europe. The full-service facilities are in Little Rock, Arkansas; Reno, Nevada; São Paulo, Brazil; Wilmington, Delaware; and Le Bourget, France. In addition to Van Nuys, the satellite stations include St. Louis, Missouri; West Palm Beach, Florida; London, England; Rome, Italy; Moscow, Russia; and Nice, France.