West Star Aviation approved for work on Brazilian aircraft

posted on 12th July 2018 by Omar

West Star Aviation is pleased to announce that the Agência Nacional de Aviação Civil (ANAC), the Brazilian civil aviation authority, has approved West Star’s East Alton (ALN) facility to work on Brazilian registered aircraft through 2020.

This approval is the latest addition to a growing list of authorizations which have allowed West Star to expand business worldwide. West Star will now offer full-service maintenance, installation, inspections and repairs on Brazilian registered aircraft beginning June 2018.

“We look forward to the continued growth that this approval brings to West Star,” said Scott Sweeney, General Manager, West Star Aviation.

“This is a milestone for expanding our business in the US and worldwide, while also allowing us to heighten our capabilities and services to aircraft registered across the Brazilian market,” Sweeney continued.

Voted #1 Preferred MRO for five consecutive years from 2014-2018 in Professional Pilot Magazine’s annual “Preferences Regarding Aviation Services and Equipment” (PRASE) Survey, West Star Aviation specializes in the repair and maintenance of airframes, windows, and engines, as well as major modifications, avionics installation and repair, interior refurbishment, surplus avionics sales, accessory services, paint and parts.

In addition to its facilities in East Alton, IL; Grand Junction, CO; and Chattanooga, TN, 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.