Gulfstream Las Vegas

The Las Vegas, Nevada, Service Center prides itself on its inspection and maintenance capabilities, particularly comprehensive avionics troubleshooting and nondestructive testing.

The facility is based around a 75,000-square-feet/6,968-square-meter hangar and is staffed by 60 employees, including 45 technicians and master technicians. Gulfstream Las Vegas is located at McCarran International Airport (KLAS), minutes from the Las Vegas Strip.

For services, sales or additional information:

Main Phone: +1 702 947 3030
On-Duty Manager 24/7: +1 702 947 3056
Scheduling Fax: +1 702 947 3080
Fax: +1 702 947 3059

Richard McMillon, General Manager

Address: Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation
5616 Haven Street, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89119-2454


Airframe Support: G650, G550, G500, GV, G450, G400, G100, G150, G650ER, GIV-SP, GIV, G350, G300, GIII, G280, G200, GII

Capabilities: All major inspections, avionics installations and modifications, basic interior work such as carpet replacement and seat upholstery, major structural modifications and repairs, comprehensive nondestructive testing, engine repairs and changes, spare part exchanges and sales, drop-in and AOG support

Repair Station Approvals: United States (FAA), Canada (CAA), European Union (EASA)



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