Gulfstream's Luton service center gets EASA ok for G200

Aviation International News » December 2006
December 8, 2006, 10:43 AM

The European Aviation Safety Agency has approved Gulfstream Aerospace to provide comprehensive maintenance services for the large-cabin, mid-range Gulfstream G200 at its service center in Luton, England.

“EASA’s approval comes at a time when the G200 fleet is growing in Europe and the Middle East,” said Larry Flynn, president for product support at Gulfstream. “Luton is the only company- owned Gulfstream maintenance provider in Europe and already has four G200-trained maintenance technicians. Two more will be finishing their G200 training later this month.”

In addition to the G200, Gulfstream Luton provides comprehensive service
for current production and legacy Gulfstreams.

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