Newest Gulfstream Aircraft Join The Extraordinary Fleet At Asia Pacific's Largest Airshow
The two newest aircraft from Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. will make their Asia debut at the upcoming Singapore Airshow. The Gulfstream G500 and Gulfstream G600 flight-test aircraft will be part of the Gulfstream static display Feb. 6-11, joining the flagship Gulfstream G650ER, the high-performing Gulfstream G550 and the class-leading Gulfstream G280.
"Customers based in the Asia-Pacific region require aircraft that have the range, speed and payload capacity to travel easily between world business centers," said Mark Burns, president, Gulfstream. "Each aircraft we're showcasing in Singapore, including the G500 and G600, is at the top of its class. We're excited to have the G500 and G600 in Asia, so customers can explore their exquisite interiors, unparalleled comfort and superior craftsmanship."
There are more than 330 Gulfstream aircraft in service in the Asia-Pacific region – 280 of them large-cabin.
"Following impressive regional growth since 2012, we have continued to invest in and grow our customer product support network which now includes Gulfstream Beijing, our service center; two additional Gulfstream-authorized service centers; four Gulfstream-authorized warranty facilities; and 10 field service representatives," said Derek Zimmerman, president, Gulfstream Product Support.
Special Missions representatives will be on hand inside the U.S. Pavilion at booth W80 to discuss Gulfstream's Special Missions and Government aircraft opportunities.
The Gulfstream static display will be located outside chalet CF27 at the Changi Exhibition Centre.