Gulfstream – SOD (Brasil)

The Sorocaba, Brazil, Service Center serves as Gulfstream’s Latin America maintenance hub.

The complex includes a newly opened 34,768-square-foot/3,230-square-meter hangar that can accommodate up to eight aircraft. Gulfstream Brazil also features offices and a parts warehouse. The Sorocaba Service Center maintains a parts inventory of US$8 million on site. These resources ensure that Gulfstream aircraft are back in the air as swiftly as possible. The site employs nine technicians and master technicians and is located at the Aeroporto de Sorocaba—Bertram Luiz Leupolz (SDCO).

For services, sales or additional information:

Main Phone: +55 15 3414 6100

Adriano Andrade, General Manager

Address: Gulfstream do Brasil Servicos de Suporte e Namutencao a Aeronaves Ltda.
Santos Dumont, 1275 Hangar 15 &16, Aeroporto de Sorocaba
Sorocaba, SP - Cep 18065-290

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

Capabilities: All major inspections, avionics and interior installations and modifications, engine line maintenance, repairs and changes, spare part exchanges and sales

Repair Station Approvals: United States (FAA), Bermuda, Brazil

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