On Discovery TV channel the action was happening somewhere in Alaska. I heard the expression that the “aircraft is in a window” which means that it must be inspected before taking off to a particular destination.
I wonder if this expression (to be in a window, having the meaning of being inspected) can be extended to some other fields of activity, for example can I say:
This car is in a window now;
An authority is going to examine tomorrow our company’s documents, so we (our company) will be in a window.
Another question related to this subject would be about the usage of the noun inspection instead of the verb to inspect. In this case what verb would go with the noun inspection?
X undertakes an inspection;
X faces an inspection;
X bears an inspection;
X takes an inspection;
X receives an inspection etc.
Which verb of the above (or maybe others) is suitable ?