Aircraft Maintenance Technology

APR-MAY 2018

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ity has continued into 2018." Gulfstream sports 11 company-owned service centers worldwide — eight in the United States and three international. Its maintenance base at Beijing Capital International Airport is a joint venture with HNA Technic. The company played the important China Card relatively early on, opening the joint venture operation in 2012 as China's first factory-owned service center for business jets. Contributing to this growth, says Nuremberg, Germany-based FAI Aviation Group Chairman Siegfried Axtmann, is "an increase in demand for major projects from general aviation operators and business jet owners. These projects typically combine scheduled base maintenance with interior and exterior refurbishment along with avionics BOMBARDIER MAINTENANCE facility at Biggin Hill airport near London, England. BOMBARDIER www.AviationPros.com 25

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