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January 19, 2012 - 3:45pm

Gulfstream Aerospace told AIN yesterday that the super-midsize G280 obtained provisional type certification from the Civil Aviation Authority of Israel (CAAI) on December 29. “We are nearing provisional certification from the FAA,” a Gulfstream spokeswoman added.

January 18, 2012 - 2:30pm

The economy is getting better, which means some things may be getting worse. That’s how it appears as the business aviation industry slowly and haltingly starts to emerge from a long and deep recession and a search begins for skilled labor to fill the growing number of openings.

January 11, 2012 - 2:20pm

Gulfstream Aerospace has added a mobile support vehicle to its Brunswick, Ga. facility. A spokeswoman for the company said typically there are one to three technicians assigned to a support vehicle on a road trip, depending upon the situation. “In many cases an inspector will go with a technician [mechanical or electrical/avionics] and, if needed, even an interior technician could be dispatched,” she told AIN. The vehicle will cover an area equivalent to a maximum of about eight hours of driving time.

January 6, 2012 - 6:00am
Over the course of 2011, Avfuel added more than  50 locations to its network of

Independent fuel supplier AvFuel closed out last year with a bang, adding six new venues to its coast-to-coast network of dealers.

Now part of the company’s network are Executive Air, at Austin Straubel International Airport in Green Bay, Wis; Midcoast Regional Airport at Wright Army Airfield, in Hinesville, Ga.; Baer Air at Florida’s Melbourne International Airport; the San Luis Jet Center at San Luis County Regional Airport, in California; Transair Center, at Honolulu International Airport; and United States Aviation at Tulsa International Airport in Oklahoma,

January 3, 2012 - 3:05pm

Gulfstream Aerospace will not disclose how many wide-cabin G650s it delivered last year until January 25, when parent company General Dynamics will hold its fourth-quarter investor conference call. Following FAA provisional certification of the G650 in mid-November, the Savannah, Ga.-based aircraft manufacturer reconfirmed plans to deliver 10 to 12 G650s by the end of 2011. Investors are keen to find out if that target was met, especially in light of Gulfstream’s increasing importance to General Dynamics’s future growth.

November 22, 2011 - 3:36pm
Teddy Forstmann

Teddy Forstmann, the man who was credited with turning around Gulfstream Aerospace in the 1990s, died Sunday, reportedly from brain cancer. His investment firm, Forstmann Little, acquired Gulfstream in 1990 for $800 million.

November 10, 2011 - 5:11am
Envision exterior paint

Envision Aviation has a vision for paint schemes that it is translating to the exterior paint of business jets. “We’ve done two airplanes and are most definitely open for business,” said Envision president Heath Moore of his newly defined company.

October 17, 2011 - 4:48pm
BJT's popular Buyers' Guide will be translated into Chinese.

When Gulfstream Aerospace announced that it had re-designated its G250 super-midsize jet as the G280, Business Jet Traveler’s editors were already well under way with our plans to publish a Chinese version of our award-winning BJT Buyers’ Guide.

October 3, 2011 - 1:52pm

Gulfstream yesterday announced its appointment of Scott Neal as vice president of sales and marketing. He succeeds Larry Flynn, who became president of the Savannah, Ga. manufacturer on September 1.

May 26, 2011 - 3:15pm

Landmark Aviation officially began operations last month at its newest facility at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL). “We will immediately begin capital improvements to upgrade the FBO, including both the terminal and ramp, and will be looking to hire additional service employees from the local community,” said Landmark president and CEO Dan Bucaro.

 
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