Aircraft Maintenance Technology

APR 2014

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Selecting the right maintenance management software to support your MRO business means identifying the right solution to reinforce your competitive edge: unrivaled maintenance expertise and unparalleled customer service. When your customer values quality and consistency, choose Mxi Technologies' Maintenix MRO Edition to seamlessly deliver on your promise of service excellence. To more confi dently and profi tably compete on a local or global scale, contact Mxi today. www.mxi.com POWERING SERVICE EXCELLENCE Maintenix ® MRO Edition at Flightstar Aircraft Services AviationPros.com/company/10134673 www.AviationPros.com | www.AMTSociety.org 21 cabin G650, G550, G450 are manufactured in Savannah and outfitted in Savannah; Brunswick, GA; Long Beach, CA; or Appleton, WI. The super midsize G280 and mid-cabin G150 are co-manufactured in Tel Aviv at the Israel Aerospace Industries facility and outfitted in Dallas. An additional 110,000-square- foot maintenance repair and overhaul facility was recently announced for Brunswick. The G650 — best in class business jet Since 2008, business aircraft sales have been a bit soft so what is driving Gulfstream's exponential growth? Simply put — demand for large-cabin aircraft and for the G650 in particular. Since entering service on Dec. 20, 2012, more than 50 G650s have been delivered and many more are on the way. W hy the G650? According to Gulfstream, "[It] is the world standard in business aviation" and "f lies faster, farther, and more comfort- ably than any other business aircraft in its class." It has impres- sive numbers and incredible features to back up that claim. On Oct. 21, 2013 Gulfstream announced that the G650 had circled the globe westbound in 41 hours and seven minutes, establishing a world record in the C-1.l aircraft class; not surprising with a range of 7,000 nautical miles, maximum speed of Mach 0.925, and altitude of 51,000 feet. It has also set 39 city pair records. AMT_16-23_CSBizAviation.indd 21 4/3/14 2:05 PM

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