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Gulfstream GIV

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Trimec adds GIV and GIV-SP to maintenance offering
The new GIV services from Trimec Aviation will focus on scheduled and unscheduled routine maintenance performed by FAA-certified experienced technicians that have completed Gulfstream GIV/SP training.
The Trimec team are pulling together despite these trying times.

Fort Worth Meacham International airport-based Trimec Aviation has announced that it is adding Gulfstream GIV and GIV-SP capabilities to its growing list of business aircraft maintenance services.

As a certified Part 145 repair station, Trimec also has technical expertise with G150 and G200 models, as well as the legacy Astra series. The new GIV services will focus on scheduled and unscheduled routine maintenance performed by FAA-certified experienced technicians that have completed Gulfstream GIV/SP training.

“We are excited to add the GIV platform to our capabilities as we continue to focus on expanding our maintenance services,” states John Holland, general manager. “Our technicians are the best in the business, and everyone here at Trimec is passionate about exceeding our customer’s expectations. I am eager to work with these owners and operators and look forward to supporting their operations as we all try and get back to business during these uncertain times.”

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