West Star Aviation, Inc. announces it now offers complete window repair from its “in-house” team of experts. The window repairs are performed by its “in-house” team of professionals with more than 38 years of cumulative experience in the repair process.

This “in-house” window repair is offered for most corporate aircraft including: Falcon, Hawker, Citation, Challenger, Learjet, Conquest, King Air, Embraer, and Westwind.

“We decided to hire some of the most experienced FAA certified window repairmen in the world to best serve our customers,” says Dave Krogman, general manager at GJT, West Star Aviation. “Having them on-site saves our customers thousands of dollars in travel costs versus bringing in outside vendors, and because they are on-site, we can also assure a quick response to unexpected issues that arise during a routine aircraft inspection.”

It is estimated repairing damaged windows, rather than replacement, typically results in a 90% savings. West Star Aviation’s window repair team now offers free window evaluations at all locations to determine if a repair or replacement is right for the customer.

In addition to windshield replacement, West Star offers surface seal treatment for applicable windshields, a rain repellant, which beads water off the windshield without wipers.

For more information visit www.weststaraviation.com.

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