Jet Aviation is pleased to announce it recently delivered industry’s first fan case modification on a Falcon 7X in Basel. The company has received MRO authorization from Pratt & Whitney to modify fan cases on PW307A and PW307D engines installed on Falcon 7X and Falcon 8X aircraft. It has since completed a dozen on-wing fan case modifications.
The fan case modification had involved exchanging the engine ducts to prevent or repair delamination. Jet Aviation provided the service as part of a scheduled Airframe maintenance C-inspection. Pratt & Whitney Canada, the engine manufacturer of the PW307 A/D engines installed on Dassault Falcon 7/8X aircraft, has since issued a Service Bulletin (PW300-72-47246) for all of its PW307 A/D engines, enabling on-wing modifications.
“We have developed a strong working relationship with Pratt & Whitney over many years,” says Hans-Peter Amacher, senior manager of the Basel Engine Shop. “We pride ourselves on our ability to deliver a premium service and greatly appreciate Pratt & Whitney’s ongoing support.”
“This OEM authorization and industry first is a great credit to our team of engine specialists, who continue to lead the industry by upholding the highest standards for quality and service,” adds Cyril Martiniere, VP Basel. “Jet Aviation has proudly supported the family of Dassault business jets for over 50 years and we look forward to welcoming Dassault owners and operators who require fan case modifications, or any other maintenance service.”