Ill-fated Greek Falcon will be repaired

Aviation International News » February 2003
January 10, 2008, 10:44 AM

The Greek Falcon 900B that was severely damaged during a series of violent oscillations on Sept. 14, 1999, killing seven on board the trijet, has reportedly found a buyer who intends to return the airplane to service. Repairs were scheduled to have started at the end of last month at Geneva-based Transairco, a Dassault Falcon Jet authorized service center. Dassault and Transairco officials told AIN that an earlier report stating repairs had been called off because the fuselage was too heavily damaged was incorrect.

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