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Gulfstream G500/G550

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Interflight adds Gulfstream 550 to maintenance capability
Alongside its Hawker, Beechjet and Nextant approvals, Interflight Aircraft Maintenance has now added line support for EASA and Aruba-registered Gulfstream 550.
Interflight can now provide line support for the G550..

London Biggin Hill airport-based Interflight Aircraft Maintenance is now able to offer certified line support for the Gulfstream 550 on both EASA and Aruba registered aircraft.

Director of engineering Lee Sugden says: “We’re very pleased to announce the new addition to our growing list of capabilities. We hold approvals on Hawker 700, 800B, 750, 800/850XP, 900, 1000, Hawker 400XP, Beechjet 400a, Nextant 400XTI and now the Gulfstream 550. We are particularly proud because this is Interflights’ first type approval in the heavy business jet class of aircraft.”

With over 40 years’ experience, Interflight's team of engineers offers a range of services including full base maintenance for scheduled inspections, line maintenance, service plan support, refurbishment coordination, procurement of spare parts and pre-buy/survey services and expertise.

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