NBAA 2014 Starts Tomorrow, Tour the Gulfstream G650, Garmin ADS-B Solution for Bizjets

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

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Gulfstream G650 Sets Speed Record Between New York and Mumbai

Gulfstream Aerospace Corp.’s G650 set another city-pair record, this time between White Plains, N.Y., and Mumbai, India. “The G650’s ability to link these two key business destinations reinforces its utility as a vital tool for corporations to advance their economic interests around the world,” said Jason Akovenko, regional vice president, Sales, Asia-Pacific, Gulfstream. “This aircraft…

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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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Gulfstream G650s Back on Track, Says General Dynamics Chief

Phebe Novakovic, CEO of Gulfstream parent company General Dynamics, says that Gulfstream has remedied the production/completion “disequilibrium” (her word at the time) that slowed initial deliveries of the Gulfstream G650. Speaking this morning at the Deutsche Bank Global Industrials and Basic Materials Conference in Chicago, she said approximately 30 copies of the airframer’s new flagship…

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Gulfstream’s Party Submission on G650 Crash Published

Gulfstream Aerospace and Parker Aerospace have provided party submissions to the National Transportation Safety Board’s public docket for the April 2, 2011, Gulfstream G650 flight-test accident. Parker, the manufacturer of the G650’s primary flight control actuation system, and Gulfstream are both parties to the accident investigation, and their submissions were filed by the NTSB on…

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