Sabreliner Corporation recently completed major inspections of the engines and airframe on the Bolivian Government’s Sabreliner 60 at their Perryville, MO maintenance facility. This aircraft is used for governmental VIP transport; including the Bolivian President, Vice President, and all ministers of the government.

“We send our aircraft to Sabreliner in Perryville for all of our major maintenance needs,” said Lt. Col. Guillermo Burgos, Chief Pilot. “When we are in Perryville we can trust that the aircraft is in good hands and we will get the highest quality of service.”

During the recent Hot Section Inspections, Sabreliner inspectors discovered extensive foreign object damage (FOD) on the aircraft stators and blades from an engine ingestion event. These replacement parts are very expensive and involve long lead times. Sabreliner was able to provide two exchange engines, saving both time and money. The aircraft is scheduled to deliver on July 24th.

With locations in Perryville, Ste. Genevieve, and St. Mary, MO, Sabreliner Corporation is a diversified aviation services company recognized worldwide for their extensive expertise and capabilities for government, military, and business aviation customers.  Specializing in airframe, engine, and component modification, inspection, repair, and overhaul, Sabreliner is widely recognized for their ability to keep veteran aircraft in service while being equally qualified to perform aircraft completions to the highest standards.  They offer complete exterior paint services and interior re-design, as well as major avionics upgrades and installations.

Sabreliner’s extensive in-house engineering and manufacturing capabilities enable them to fabricate airframe structural assemblies, parts, and tooling for use in new fixed and rotary-wing aircraft production, and for repair and overhaul of existing aircraft.  Parts and assemblies are produced in accordance with government specifications, under license from OEMs, and under FAA Parts Manufacturer Approval (PMA).  For more information, visit or call 314-863-6880.

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