Latin America Business Aviation Booms, Tulsa sale will continue despite labour setback: Spirit

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Gulfstream G280 Certified in Brazil, Learjet 75 A Newcomer To Poland, HondaJet Gains Provisional Type Certificate, Hawker Jets ProAdvantage Support

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Gulfstream G280 and G650 on Final Approach

Gulfstream’s super-midsize G280 and wide-cabin G650 are making “significant progress” toward full type approval in the second quarter and entry into service by midyear, the company said this week at the Singapore Airshow. The G650 obtained provisional type certification from the FAA in November; the G280 received similar approval from Israeli authorities in December. As…

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Gulfstream’s newest jets–the super-midsize G280 and wide-cabin G650–are making their China debut at ABACE 2013

Gulfstream’s newest jets–the super-midsize G280 and wide-cabin G650–are making their China debut at ABACE, which officially opens tomorrow at Shanghai Hongqiao Airport. “We’re excited to bring the G650 and G280, as well as the G150, G450 and G550 to China for our customers to see in person,” said Gulfstream senior vice president of sales and marketing…

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Business Aviation Voice: Gulfstream G280 Adds To Its List of Records

When Gulfstream Aerospace in 2008 decided to replace its super mid-size G200, the idea essentially was to create an aircraft that lived up to the company’s reputation for performance and panache—and would provide stiff competition against its chief rival, the Bombardier Bombardier Challenger 300. The end product, the Gulfstream G280 (you can charter the G280…

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Gulfstream G280 flies Paris to New York in less than eight hours

Super mid-sized aircraft, the G280, carrying two pilots and five passengers applies for speed record Gulfstream’s super mid-sized G280 recently set an unconfirmed city-pair speed record from Paris to White Plains, N.Y., making the flight in 7 hours, 40 minutes. Official recognition of this city-pair speed record by the National Aeronautic Association (NAA) is pending.…

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Gulfstream Aerospace Revenues Still Soaring at General Dynamics

Revenues at General Dynamics’ aerospace division, which includes Gulfstream Aerospace and Jet Aviation, soared to nearly $1.78 billion in the first quarter, a $155 million increase from a year ago, according to financial results the company released yesterday. Segment profit in the quarter also climbed by $39 million, or 14.4 percent, to $310 million, thanks…

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