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ACTSI trains up its staff on Gulfstream aircraft
Training topics for ACTSI team members Included: parking the Gulfstream aircraft; fuelling; towing and mooring; water servicing and lavatory servicing. Every single member of staff managed to fully complete the training.
Plaques recognising ACTSI's training achievements.

Aviation Concepts Technical Services, Inc. (ACTSI), a business aviation MRO and parking service provider based in Subic Bay, Philippines, has reached 100 per cent maintenance/line technician completion of ground handling and servicing training for large and mid cabin Gulfstream aircraft.

Training topics Included: parking the Gulfstream aircraft; fuelling; towing and mooring; water servicing and lavatory servicing.

Gulfstream and FlightSafety have partnered to help raise awareness of aircraft safety during aircraft towing/servicing and improve dispatch reliability through online training for FBOs and non-Gulfstream MROs.

“Having the ACTSI team complete this valuable training focuses the team's awareness during aircraft handling and servicing and helps ensure our customers' aircraft are handled safely using the prescribed OEM procedures, which helps mitigate occurrences of accidental damage while inside our facility,” says Richard Wolfskeil, director of maintenance for ACTSI.

Strategically located within an 18,000 sqm hangar at Subic Bay International airport, ACTSI is a premier Part 145 repair station holding FAA, Cayman and Bermuda certificates, as well as providing parking and handling services for Gulfstream business jets within the region that can match OEM and client standards.

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