Gulfstream Field and Airborne Support Teams are designed to ensure a swift, well-coordinated response to aircraft on ground (AOG) situations.
The Appleton, Wisconsin, Service Center meets operators’ most advanced maintenance needs. The 315,587-square-feet/29,319-square-meter facility doubles as a completion center for large-cabin Gulfstream aircraft, resulting in a broad range of expertise.
Gulfstream Appleton is staffed by more than 930 employees, including approximately 425 technicians and master technicians. The site at Outagamie County Regional Airport (KATW) is also home to customer offices and shop and support space.
For services, sales or additional information:
Fax: +1 920 735 7041
Mark Knall, Vice President and General Manager
Address: Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation
W6365 Discovery Drive
Appleton, Wisconsin, 54914-9190
Airframe Support: G650ER, G650, G550, G500, G450, G400, G350, G300, GV, GIV, GIV-SP, GIII, G280, G200, GII, G150, G100
Capabilities: All major inspections, avionics installations and modifications, interior installations, modifications and refurbishment, major structural modifications and repairs, standard and custom aircraft completions, midcabin component repairs and overhauls, composite repairs, Hamilton Sundstrand APU repairs, overhauls and installations, landing gear repairs and overhauls, engine repairs and overhauls, spare part exchanges and sales, drop-in and AOG support, paint work
Repair Station Approvals: United States (FAA), Bermuda, Canada (CAA), Cayman Islands, China (CAAC), European Union (EASA), Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, South Korea
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Imagine being anywhere in the world, at any hour of the day, and with one phone call, getting expert advice from a skilled technician with years of troubleshooting experience.
All business aviation, regardless of manufacturer, traces its roots to Gulfstream. Roy Grumman, co-founder of Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation, proposed the development of a purpose-built business aircraft at World War II’s end.
Gulfstream aircraft operate worldwide yet never fly beyond the reach of the company’s service network.