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  • Duo of Gulfstream G100s now supporting siblings

    News | 26 Apr 2011 10:36 | John Croft

    Gulfstream has added a second G100 business jet, three pilots and two technicians to its airborne product support...
  • Business aviation in brief

    News | 02 Feb 2010 11:15 | Kate Sarsfield

    SIGNATURE BRANDING Signature Flight Support has launched a customer loyalty programme...
  • Gulfstream celebrates

    News | 23 May 2007 14:15

    <P>Gulfstream Aerospace celebrated the fifth anniversary of its Airborne Product Support service and is crediting the programme's success with much of its increase in sales.</P> <P><BR>The programme was launched in May 2002 and has since completed 1,350 missions, including 96 outside the USA.</P> <P><BR>“We are the first and only manufacturer to dedicate an aircraft solely to assisting customers whose aircraft are unexpectedly grounded as a result of needed parts or technical assistance,” says product support president Larry Flynn. The mid-cabin, high-speed Gulfstream G100 is available around the clock to fly out parts and mechanics. </P> <P>The service is one element in a major division of Gulfstream. The company has 8,000 total employees and more than 3,000 work at its service centres. </P> <P><BR>Communications director Robert Baugniet says: "Superior product support sells new airplanes." He adds that its maintenance hangars accept Beechcrafts, Hawkers and other jets in hopes of
  • NBAA 2006: Middle class - Gulstream G150 profile

    News | 09 Oct 2006 23:00 | Graham Warwick

    Gulfstream’s mid-size G150 is entering service after a development programme that resulted in better than predicted performance. Is it now the one to beat?
  • Executive Airlines eyes on European growth

    News | 01 May 2006 23:00

    <P><BR>Executive Airlines (booth 732) is growing. The Spanish charter company is at EBACE having bought three new aircraft in recent months - a Cessna Citation XLS and a Gulfstream G100 and G200. This brings its fleet to 11 executive jets, which it claims allows it to provide greater national coverage from bases in Barcelona, Gerona, Madrid, Palma de Majorca and Valencia.<BR>Executive Airlines has also opened a fixed-base operation at Torrejón de Ardoz airport in Madrid, where facilities include offices and two VIP lounges (complete with bathrooms), allowing clients to relax before departure, or even hold important business meetings. The company is demonstrating its commitment to improving quality of service and is looking into opening VIP lounges at the other bases.<BR>The Spanish operator has also had its Dassault Falcon 900EX and Cessna Citation Bravo modified and approved to operate out of London City airport.&nbsp; Its Bombardier Learjet 45 is undergoing modification for similar a
  • G100 arrives

    News | 31 Jan 2006 00:00

    <P><BR>Canadian charter operator Jetport has taken delivery of its fourth Gulfstream G100 mid-size jet. Jetport, which has a fixed-based operation at Hamilton, Ontario, also provides management and maintenance.</P> <P></P>