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News: FAA Satisfied With G280s Noise Emission

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  1. Gulfstream G280 Has Long Met Stringent Noise Emission Standards
    Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. recently announced that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has confirmed that the super-midsize Gulfstream G280™ meets the certifying organization’s recently intensified noise standards. The FAA lowered the noise standards which essentially makes it tougher on jets to comply with the highest form of noise emissions. Gulfstream says that the G280 was already below the requirement standard from the inception of the aircraft. Known as Stage 5, the standard lowers the noise limit for subsonic aircraft. Official approval to the Stage 5 noise standard ensures continued operational flexibility at noise-sensitive airports and those with time-of-day entry restrictions.
  2. "The Gulfstream team continues its commitment to the future of the G280 program, ensuring adherence to the most stringent standards, whether for safety, performance or noise emissions," said Mark Burns, president, Gulfstream. "Aircraft noise abatement goals are vital to ensuring the livelihood of the aviation and aerospace industries and demonstrating our efforts to be good neighbors to those who live or work near airfields, airports or flight paths." The G280 is already a versatile super midsize executive jet, operators have no worries when operating this model with regards to noise emissions.

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    Gulfstream Aerospace
    500 Gulfstream Road
    Savannah, GA 31407

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