Gulfstream To Build $55 Million Service Center In Savannah Written 1 May 2018

Aviation Today reports that Gulfstream Aerospace plans to build a $55 million, 202,000-square-foot service center at Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport in Georgia. The new service center is expected to create 200 jobs when it opens in the second quarter of 2019, and will “complement the main Gulfstream Savannah Service Center, the world’s largest purpose-built business jet maintenance facility.” According to Gulfstream President Mark Burns, the “expansion of our customer service and support organization is the result of the strong and steady fleet growth” as well as the debut of the Gulfstream G500 and G600. The site – as well as new facilities in Appleton, Wisconsin and Van Nuys, California – Burns said, will keep the company “well-positioned for support, maintenance and refurbishment of the Gulfstream fleet.” Burns added that Savannah Technical College’s aviation program played a large role in the expansion.
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