West Star Aviation provides Falcon 2000 baggage modification install

Terry Spruce
By Terry Spruce November 8, 2019 11:22

West Star Aviation provides Falcon 2000 baggage modification install

November 7, 2019 – West Star Aviation has been granted STC approval to install the Falcon 2000 baggage modification.

This modification allows West Star to create usable baggage space in the Aft unpressurised area. The forward servicing compartment (FSC) panel enclosure will feature a 21.75 sq.ft. footprint, and 73.5 cu.ft. of usable baggage space. The installation weight of this modification is 115 pounds and can accommodate 185-275 pounds while still allowing access to all common service and maintenance items with no additional fire detection or suspension needed.

“This installation provides FAA-approved stowage provisions, as it converts existing space into usable and much needed baggage and storage space. It will provide structural restraint for security while still retaining existing aircraft equipment stowage provisions including tow bar, ladder, engine inlet cover tool and the fly-away kit,” said Eric Kujawa, Vice President Falcon Product Development.

This modification is available to over 500 Falcon 2000 aircraft models and will have a minimal impact on weight and c.g. balance. To date, the experienced West Star teams have already installed five of the baggage modifications to delighted customers.

In addition to its primary facilities in East Alton, IL; Grand Junction, CO; Chattanooga, TN; and Perryville, MO, West Star Aviation also maintains satellite facilities at Aspen-Pitkin County Airport in Aspen, CO; Chicago Executive Airport in Chicago, IL; Centennial Airport in Denver, CO; Conroe-North Houston Regional Airport in Houston, TX; Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport in Minneapolis, MN and Scottsdale Airport in Scottsdale, AZ. The company also provides complete FBO services for transient aircraft at its East Alton and Grand Junction facilities.

Terry Spruce
By Terry Spruce November 8, 2019 11:22

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