Gulfstream aircraft operate worldwide yet never fly beyond the reach of the company’s service network.
The Beijing, China, Service Center supports the maintenance needs of Gulfstream operators in Asia.
The facility features more than 20 mechanical and electrical technicians, including U.S. Federal Aviation Administration-certified personnel. Gulfstream Beijing includes an 82,000-square-feet/7,618-square-meter hangar and a 22,000-square-feet/2,044-square-meter office and warehouse complex. Gulfstream operates the service center in cooperation with Hainan Airlines Group at the Beijing Capital International Airport (ZBAA).
For services, sales or additional information:
After-hours support: +86 138 1092 2940
Service Center Scheduling: +86 186 1830 5725
Service Center Scheduling Alternate: 010 5923 7333 (extension 1711)
Fax: +86 5923 7333 (extension 1766)
Kay Ardalan, General Manager
Address: Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation
3 North Cargo Road, Nanfaxin Shunyi
Beijing, PRC, 100621
Airframe Support: G550, G450, G280, GV, G200
Capabilities: Major and minor inspections, avionics upgrades and modifications, minor structural modifications and repairs, spare part exchanges and sales, drop-in and AOG road trip support for all Gulfstream model aircraft
Repair Station Approvals: China (CAAC), Hong Kong, Macau, United States (FAA)
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