Gulfstream’s Savannah Service Center has received approval from the Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department to perform maintenance on aircraft registered in Hong Kong. With the HKAR-145 certificate, the Gulfstream Savannah Service Center has the authority to work on Gulfstream G200s, G450s and G550s registered in Hong Kong. Currently, there are six Gulfstreams registered in Hong Kong–three G200s, one G450 and two G550s. According to Larry Flynn, president of Gulfstream product support, the Savannah facility is the first repair station in the U.S. to receive the approval.
Gulfstream Aerospace also announced its London Luton Service Center received EASA approval to work on the G200. The facility already has the OK for the G550, G500, G450, G350 and legacy Gulfstreams, the GII/III/IV/IV-SP/V.