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Gulfstream Aerospace Fleshes Out German Operations

Arriving with G500 in Tow at AERO Friedrichshafen, Gulfstream Commits to the Market

Gulfstream Aerospace made some remarks at Aero Friedrichshafen that hinted at their plans to expand services in the region, with improved field and customer service throughout the German market.

While the G500 may not technically be the latest and greatest from the marque, being a tad long in the tooth, but the 2018-released aircraft has been continuously refreshed and tweaked to keep it competitive in the aggressive jet market. Gulfstream's recipe for the G500 was a good one: High-tech avionics, comfortable furnishings, and a very livable interior make it a perennial favorite in the company portfolio. 

“Germany continues to be an important market for us. We are making significant investments in this region with the help of regional vice president of sales Oliver Bergsch, who joined Gulfstream in 2022,” said Scott Neal, senior vice president, Worldwide Sales, Gulfstream. “We are thrilled to display the G500 at AERO 2023 this week and are looking forward to showcasing this award-winning aircraft for our customers.”

The company began expanding its Munich office on April 1st, bolstering the staff on its Customer Support , Field, and Airborne Support Teams. The new technicians and team members can help any Gulfstream operator with their needs, at all hours of the night. The Munich office will, however, remain reliant upon the European Customer Support Parts Distribution Center in Amsterdam, Netherlands.



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