Gulfstream Aerospace has announced it is extending the same benefits package to previously owned Gulfstream 100 and Gulfstream 200 jets that it has traditionally offered on the sale of other previously owned Gulfstream business jets. Gulfstream Aerospace acquired the type certificates for the G100 and G200–midsize and super-midsize bizjets, respectively–in the June acquisition of Galaxy Aerospace by parent company General Dynamics. The aircraft continue to be built by Israel Aircraft Industries and flown to the U.S. for interior completion work and modifications. Both airplanes can also now be sold and/or purchased through Gulfstream’s pre-owned sales department. The company also offers brokerage services to assist in acquisition and/or sale of a G100 or G200. A wide range of benefits are being offered through that sales division, including a limited warranty, training for two pilots, training for one maintenance technician and exterior repaint at no additional cost after delivery.
Gulfstream extends benefits package to G100 and 200
- June 20, 2008, 5:00 AM