AEROSPEC INTERNATIONAL has begun another one of its Premier Completions on a soon to be gorgeous Gulfstream 650. Working with a world renowned designer, the finished product will meet the exact owner expectations. Fit and finish with Aerospec at the helm with exceed all owner expectations.
GULFSTREAM RELEASES UPDATE TO PLANEBOOK IPAD APPSAVANNAH, Ga., May 15, 2013 — Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. recently released an update to the company’s PlaneBook™ iPad application, an electronic document management system that has helped pilots and flight crews operate Gulfstream aircraft more safely and effectively since 2011
GULFSTREAM ENHANCES AIRCRAFT SALES SUPPORT IN EUROPE AND AFRICASAVANNAH, Ga., May 20, 2013 — Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. announced today it is increasing its sales and marketing efforts in Europe and Africa with the June opening of a sales and design center in London and the appointment of company-authorized independent sales representatives in the United Kingdom, central Europe, Turkey and Nigeria
Serbia To Privatize JAT-Tehnika Victoria Moores The Serbian government has put out a tender document, offering 99.4% of MRO company Jat-Tehnika for privatization. Belgrade Airport-based Jat-Tehnika is currently 95.4%-owned by the Republic of Serbia, with the remainder held by various national-insurance funds and local government. read more
Boeing To Take $4.9B Charge To Cover MAX-Related CostsBoeing’s Q2 earnings will include a $4.9 billion after-tax charge to cover some actual and estimated future expenses linked to the 737 MAX grounding, while a reduced production rate is driving up 737 costs and lowering margins. read more
Boeing To Take $4.9B Charge To Cover Some MAX-Related CostsBoeing’s Q2 earnings will include a $4.9 billion after-tax charge to cover some actual and estimated future expenses linked to the 737 MAX grounding, while a reduced production rate is driving up 737 costs and lowering margins. read more
Flight Simulator Maker Expects MAX Recurrent-Training MandateFAA and Boeing are still developing new minimum training standards for the grounded Boeing 737 MAX, but simulator maker TRU Simulation is not anticipating mandatory simulator sessions before pilots are cleared to return to line flying, Textron President and CEO Scott Donnelly said. read more