Gulfstream Donates Business Aircraft to Savannah Technical College

Aviation Students Will Benefit From Unique Training Tool

Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. recently donated a Gulfstream G100 aircraft and several other items to Savannah Technical College. The aircraft, which was retired from the company fleet in May 2013, will be used as a training tool in the college’s aviation programs.

Gulfstream Donates Business Aircraft to Savannah Technical College

“We are proud to contribute to the growth of Savannah Tech and the development of tomorrow’s aviation technicians,” said Mark Burns, president, Gulfstream Product Support. “Our 15-year-old partnership has resulted in more than 400 Savannah Tech students becoming Gulfstream employees. These donations will help us and other aerospace companies continue to hire well-trained and highly skilled employees from right here in Savannah.”

Gulfstream’s commitment to education and shared vision with Savannah Technical College ensures our graduates are ready to work in the aviation industry,” said Kathy S. Love, president, Savannah Tech. “We appreciate Gulfstream’s continued support of training to advance economic and community development for our region.”

Along with the mid-cabin aircraft, Gulfstream donated fly-by-wire components, including manifolds and actuators, from the G650 and a flap assembly and fuselage panel assembly from the G450.

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