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News: Gulfstream Announces End Of Production For The G550

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  1. G550 End Of Production Is Near
    Gulfstream has sold its last commercially available G550 executive jet. That aircraft will be delivered to the customer in 2021 and after then, the venerable long-range bizjet will be out of production. After entering service in 2003 more than 600 units have been sold. The aircraft has more than 55 speed-related records to its name since being in service. It also has won the coveted Robert J. Collier Trophy in 2003.
  2. "Over the past decade, Gulfstream has solidified its reputation for delivering high speed and ultralong range," Mark Burns, President, Gulfstream said. "And we know that’s what our customers want: the ability to regularly and comfortably fly at Mach 0.90, so that’s where we’ll continue to place our focus. Our newest large-cabin offerings, whether the high-speed Gulfstream G650ER or the next-generation Gulfstream G500 and Gulfstream G600, continue this heritage by offering exceptional safety, innovation and performance, making them ideal for both commercial and special missions operations." Although production is ending Gulfstream will naturally keep service centers and parts available for the G550 for a long time. "With more than 30 company-owned and factory-authorized service centers on five continents as well as the ability to produce and procure parts, we are well-prepared to continue offering G550 owners the highest level of support," Burns said.

    For more information:

    Gulfstream Aerospace
    500 Gulfstream Road
    Savannah, GA 31407

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