Gulfstream G100

December 23, 2008 - 7:52am

The UK Civil Aviation Authority has approved Gulfstream’s factory-owned London Luton service center to maintain Gulfstream G150s registered with the EASA. This approval makes Gulfstream’s Luton facility capable of servicing all Gulfstream models in Europe.

November 26, 2008 - 5:57am

Gulfstream has formally launched the BudgetPlus service, offering cost-assured parts provision for owners of the Astra, G100, G150 and G200. The company had been running the service as a pilot program to test an hourly-cost parts subscription service for owners of its mid-cabin jets who want predictable annual maintenance costs. BudgetPlus customers pay a flat hourly fee, which covers exchange and consumable parts.

November 16, 2008 - 5:02am

Despite facing the gravest economic slowdown in decades, officials for Gulfstream Aerospace (Chalet No. 24) say they remain optimistic about the long-term health of business aviation and point to the Middle East market as an enduring bright spot.

October 27, 2008 - 7:16am

Despite what parent company General Dynamics chairman and CEO Nicholas Chabraja termed a “tumultuous period in the markets and dislocation in the financial services sector,” Gulfstream Aerospace “had a terrific [third] quarter.” Aircraft sales in the quarter climbed 4.3 percent as a result of orders for large-cabin Gulfstreams and the new larger-cabin G650, though Chabraja noted there was a “soft spot” in sales of the midsize G150 and, to some

October 27, 2008 - 6:43am
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Gulfstream Aerospace at the NBAA Convention last month took the wraps off the G250, a successor to the G200 (née Galaxy), marking the second new aircraft launch this year for the Savannah, Ga.-based manufacturer. The $24 million derivative is expected to address several shortcomings of Gulfstream’s super-midsize business jet offering, including runway performance, range and the lack of a hot-wing de-icing system.

October 23, 2008 - 12:02pm

Despite what General Dynamics chairman and CEO Nicholas Chabraja termed a “tumultuous period in the markets and dislocation in the financial services sector,” its Gulfstream Aerospace division “had a terrific quarter.” Thanks in part to higher sales and deliveries of business jets at Gulfstream, General Dynamics yesterday reported third-quarter profits of $634 million, an increase from the $544 million posted in the same period last year, on r

October 5, 2008 - 3:50pm

Gulfstream Aerospace (Booth No. 275) yesterday morning unveiled the G250 to succeed the G200, which entered service in 2000 as the Galaxy super-midsize business jet. This marks the second new aircraft launch this year for the Savannah, Ga. manufacturer following the official go-ahead for the large-cabin G650 in March. The company began accepting orders here at NBAA for the roughly $24 million (complete) airplane.

October 5, 2008 - 3:11pm

Gulfstream Aerospace yesterday said its midsize G150 received type certificate validation from Transport Canada, allowing operators of the twinjet to register their aircraft in Canada.

October 5, 2008 - 10:26am

Gulfstream Aerospace is demonstrating its second-generation enhanced-vision system (EVS II) on its G150 experimental flight-test aircraft here at the NBAA Convention.

October 5, 2008 - 4:40am

Safe Flight Instrument Corp.’s AutoPower automatic throttle system will be an option on the Gulfstream G150, thanks to a contract that Gulfstream has signed with the White Plains, N.Y. company.

 
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