The Gulfstream G550 has earned many admirers, whether by winning the prestigious Robert J. Collier Trophy or by being named by owners as the best-in-value business aircraft. What’s behind the success?
The Lincoln, California, component repair and spares support center serves Gulfstream operators worldwide. The 34,000-square-foot/3,159-square-meter facility is dedicated to component repair, overhaul and testing. Gulfstream Lincoln is staffed by approximately 50 employees and holds numerous original equipment manufacturer authorizations. The site is located near the Lincoln Regional Airport (KLHM) and is also home to a US$10 million parts inventory, including an exchange pool. Gulfstream Lincoln offers pickup and delivery service for wheels, brakes and other aircraft components at general aviation airports in Van Nuys, Burbank and Camarillo, California.
For services, sales or additional information:
Fax: +1 916 645 1547
Arno Forehand, General Manager
Address: Gulfstream Aerospace
1501 Aviation Boulevard
Lincoln, California, 95648-9388
Capabilities: Electromechanical component repair (modification and overhaul), electrical and electronic component repair (modification and overhaul), instrument repair (modification and overhaul), spare part exchanges and sales, government part sales and repairs, avionics repair (modification and overhaul), rotable repair (modification and overhaul)
Repair Station Approvals: United States (FAA), China (CAAC), European Union (EASA)
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