StandardAero offers Factory-Authorized airframe service and maintenance on all Dassault Falcon aircraft. As a matter of fact, we have completed over 50,000 inspections on these aircraft. We can perform everything from minor repairs to major alterations at facilities throughout our service network. Our facilities include Class 4 Repair Stations, with ODA (Organization Designation Authorization) and EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) ratings, as well as various other international ratings.

As always at StandardAero, we are continuously looking to develop proprietary workflow and repair processes that can help to reduce your costs and downtime. Plus, you can count on a dedicated member of our staff to keep you informed about the progress of your airframe service helping you to make informed, confident maintenance decisions.


  • Structural Damage and Corrosion Repairs
  • State-of-the-art Downdraft Paint Hangar
  • Certified for aircraft welding- all metals
  • Able to supply new parts from blueprint
  • Nondestructive Test (NDT) technicians trained and equipped for NDT to Level III
  • Ultra high-end technology enabling defects to be identified by utilizing x-ray and ultrasound


  • FAA-Certified Repair Station – Airframe Class 4
  • Certified by the FAA as an ODA (Organization Designation Authorization)
  • ODA certification allows the issue of Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) allowing for faster in-house turnaround
  • EASA-Rated


Falcon 900/2000/50 and Hawker 800 business jet owners want to cut fuel consumption, increase range, fly faster at the same rate of fuel burn and climb faster to cruising altitude – making their aircraft look sleeker and increase its market value.


StandardAero has been a long-time authorized installer for Aviation Partners® Blended Winglets™, which do all of that and more. Contact your sales representative to obtain pricing, availability and downtime


StandardAero is an Organization Designation Authorization (ODA), FAA/EASA approved Class 1-4 repair station and is a Dassault Authorized Service Center.


  • Reduced Fuel Consumption
  • Increased Range
  • Fly faster at any given fuel burn
  • Climb faster to cruising altitude
  • Look like a newer aircraft


Falcon 50 and 50EX owners want to continue operating their aircraft past its 30 year in-service life limit.


StandardAero performs a thorough review of aircraft documentation in support of Dassault Aviation Falcon 50 Service Bulletin 460-R1 to maintain aircraft airworthiness regarding corrosion damage.


The Dassault Corrosion Protection and Control Program (CPCP) entails a systematic review of aircraft records in support of Dassault Aviation Falcon 50 Service Bulletin 460. This provides Falcon 50 owners with documentation to present to their local airworthiness authority enabling them to maintain aircraft airworthiness past the 30 year in-service life.


The Corrosion Protection and Control Program is designed and intended to monitor corrosion in the airplane’s primary structure in order to control any structural loss due to corrosion in order to maintain airworthiness.


CPCP is part of the Falcon 50 and 50EX life extension program. Compliance with Service Bulletin F50-460 consists in determining whether the aircraft is in “STANDARD” or “NON STANDARD” condition by establishing a Justification File based on the requirements of this Service Bulletin. Dassault defines corrosion classifications in 05-40/00 page 6.


As authorized service centers, StandardAero facilities have more experience with Falcon inspections, resulting in lower down time and better work quality. In fact, SA Springfield is one of the largest Falcon Authorized Service Centers.


CPCP works in conjunction with the Supplemental Structural Inspection Program (SSIP) which extends the life of these aircraft past 20,000 cycles / 30,000 hours.

  • This program is specifically designed for the “STANDARD” aircraft, those aircraft which comply with the following conditions:
    • 1) Compliant with Dassault Aviation’s type definition at aircraft delivery.
      • Which can be supplemented by any optional or recommended DASSAULT AVIATION Service Bulletins.
      • Which must have incorporated the applicable Mandatory Service Bulletins.
      • An aircraft cannot be considered as a standard aircraft if its primary structure has been changed by an STC or repaired through a definition not reviewed by DASSAULT AVIATION in the frame of the applicability of these instructions.
    • 2) Operated according to the conditions and assumptions which were selected to define the fatigue spectrum. This spectrum corresponds to public or private transport defined by short, middle and long distance flights and used for the type certification.
    • 3) Maintained according to the maintenance program recommended by DASSAULT AVIATION, or according to an equivalent program approved by the certification authorities of the country where the aircraft is registered, provided such equivalent program ensures the same level of airworthiness.
    • 4) Repaired in accordance with the Maintenance and Repair Instructions (MRI), and per DASSAULT AVIATION approved Principal Structural Elements (PSE) repairs.
      • PSE (Principal Structure Element) is an element that contributes significantly to carrying flight, ground, and pressurization loads, and whose failure could result in catastrophic failure of the airplane.
  • StandardAero will analyze aircraft structure and records to determine conformity to Standard Aircraft definition.
    • Consult with local authorities for acceptance of CPCP, or
    • Begin justification process.
  • Inspections, SB incorporation and compliance of non-standard items can be planned and timed with “natural” aircraft down time.


Dassault has elected to modify Falcon wing design, to provide the safest business jets available. This safety improvement is currently installed on in-production aircraft. Dassault has a retrofit solution that has been developed via Service Bulletin (SB) F50-496, F2000-358, F2000EX-171, F900-388 and F900EX-329. It is anticipated that an airworthiness directive will be issued by the EASA in the first quarter of 2010 to mandate compliance with these Service Bulletin’s (FAA is also expected to issue an A.D. at a later date).


StandardAero became the first authorized independent service center in North America trained to perform wing tank (dry bay) modifications on the Dassault Falcon 50, 900 and 2000 aircraft.


StandardAero’s Dassault-Authorized Service Centers are factory-trained, equipped and proficient at performing this complex structural rework activity. To date, StandardAero has successfully completed 8 Wing Tank Modifications. StandardAero is a Falcon Total Care Service Center – This modification can be completed along with any scheduled airframe or engine inspection, or in conjunction with an engine, airframe, avionics, paint or interior upgrade.


  • Applies to over 1,100 aircraft worldwide.
  • All four StandardAero Business Aviation MRO facilities are authorized, trained and equipped to perform this modification.
  • This modification is covered under warranty as a no charge item for aircraft under 10 years/10,000 hours.
  • This modification takes 640 hours (2-3 weeks) to complete and is best done during a C check or multiple, or combined with a winglets installation.