Gulfstream aircraft operate worldwide yet never fly beyond the reach of the company’s service network.
The Brunswick, Georgia, Service Center offers one-stop convenience in a personalized atmosphere.
The facility boasts approximately 200 employees, including 80-plus technicians and master technicians along with fabricators, craftsmen and artisans working in hangars measuring a combined 55,000 square feet/5,110 square meters. An expansion that will add 110,000 square feet/10,219 square meters and 100 new employees to the facility is underway and is scheduled for completion in May 2015. Gulfstream Brunswick is located at the Brunswick Golden Isles Airport (KBQK).
For services, sales or additional information:
Toll Free: +1 800 810 4853
Fax: +1 912 279 3070
Ron Aldrich, General Manager
Address: Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation
2075 Glynco Parkway
Brunswick, Georgia, 31525-6868
Airframe Support: G550, G280, GV, G450, GIV, G350, G650, G300, G400
Capabilities: All major inspections, avionics and interior installations and modifications, major structural modifications and repairs, engine repairs and changes, spare part exchanges and sales
Resources: More than 170 employees, Nearly 85 technicians, 55,000 square feet in hangar space, Customer offices, On-site facilities dedicated to Avionics, Interior, Upholstery, Carpet, Cabinet, Soft goods, Sheet metal, Composites, Finishing, Assembly/Disassembly
Repair Station Approvals: United States (FAA), Bermuda, Canada (CAA), Cayman, European Union (EASA)
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Gulfstream Field and Airborne Support Teams are designed to ensure a swift, well-coordinated response to aircraft on ground (AOG) situations.
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.