Gulfstream Brunswick

The Brunswick, Georgia, Service Center offers one-stop convenience in a personalized atmosphere.

The facility boasts approximately 250 employees, including 100-plus technicians and master technicians along with fabricators, craftsmen and artisans working in hangars measuring a combined 165,000 square feet/15,329 square meters. Gulfstream Brunswick is located at the Brunswick Golden Isles Airport (KBQK).

For services, sales or additional information:

Main Phone: +1 912 267 6300
Toll Free: +1 800 810 4853
Fax: +1 912 279 3070
Unicom: 123.000

Ron Aldrich, General Manager

Address: Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation
2075 Glynco Parkway
Brunswick, Georgia, 31525-6868


Airframe Support: G650ER, G650, G550, G450, G400, G350, G300, G280, G200, G150, GV, GIV

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: 165,000 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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