Posted on: 12 April 2016 by Mark Howells
The Gulfstream fleet in Greater China (China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan) has grown to more than 165 aircraft and makes up more than half of the Asia-Pacific fleet, the company's largest internationally, Gulfstream Aerospace has announced.
t"We have experienced tremendous growth in Greater China, particularly on the mainland, where we had 30 aircraft in 2010 and now have more than 100, including the new G650ER that recently delivered into China," said Scott Neal, senior vice president, Worldwide Sales & Marketing, Gulfstream.t"We have more than 65% of the market share for large-cabin aircraft in Greater China," Neal said. "That speaks to the performance, reliability and comfort of our flagship, the G650ER, along with the G650, G550 and G450, as well as the world-class service and support we give to our owners and operators."ttGulfstream recently signed its first China-based customer for its cost-per-hour maintenance program, PlaneParts. The program offers customers predictable maintenance costs for replacement parts due to scheduled and unscheduled events.ttWorking closely with operators in Greater China are field service representatives in Hong Kong, Beijing and Shanghai.t