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ExecuJet Haite Completes First Engine Change On Falcon Aircraft

Tianjin March 18, 2024 Photo(s): By ExecuJet Haite

ExecuJet Haite has completed its first engine change on a Falcon aircraft. The aircraft was a Falcon 7X, a trijet powered by Pratt & Whitney Canada PW307A turbofans. The work was done at ExecuJet Haite's state-of-the-art Tianjin MRO centre, which has a built-in overhead crane for engine changes and other complex work.

The MRO facility has experience doing Rolls-Royce and GE engine changes for other aircraft types, such as Embraer Legacy and Embraer Lineage aircraft.

“Chinese Falcon operators previously had to send aircraft to Shanghai or more often it went overseas for engine changes. However, after this most recent event we have now demonstrated that it can be successfully performed at our Tianjin facility,” says Paul Desgrosseillers, general manager of ExecuJet Haite.

ExecuJet Haite changed the 'number one' engine, which was then shipped out for engine repairs. The Falcon 7X and 8X, which are trijets, are Dassault Aviation's most popular aircraft types in China. Dassault Aviation recently renewed ExecuJet Haite's authorised service centre (ASC) status for another three-year term.

ExecuJet Haite performs line and base maintenance on the 7X and 8X. It is certified by the CAAC as well as by international regulators: US FAA, European Aviation Safety Agency, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, San Marino and so on.