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Sun Air Jets team completes Gulfstream's FBO training
With a full set of Gulfstream ground handling and servicing training credits behind them, Sun Air Jets' line service technicians are better able to focus on aircraft-specific processes.
All the Sun Air Jets FBO line service technicians at Camarillo airport have completed Gulfstream's FBO Ground Handling and Servicing Training programme.

All the FBO line service technicians at Sun Air Jets' Camarillo airport, California facility have completed Gulfstream's FBO Ground Handling and Servicing Training programme. Gulfstream says the programme is designed to improve dispatch reliability and increase safety for Gulfstream aircraft and the people who support them.

This training, designed by Gulfstream in conjunction with FlightSafety International, is specifically designed to go in-depth into the full line of Gulfstream aircraft. Each module is specific to a certain model and includes:

- Aircraft dimensions specific to each model

- Fuel service panels

- Water service panels

- Lavatory service panels

- Tow procedures

James Evans, director of safety and FBO operations, says: "Sun Air Jets is proud to have achieved 100 per cent completion of Gulfstream's FBO Ground Handling and Servicing Training by all line service technicians. Safety awareness in all facets of servicing our customers' aircraft has always been our top priority, and Gulfstream's FBO training has been a great resource to help further our focus on aircraft-specific processes."

Sun Air Jets has a significant number of Gulfstream aircraft models in its fleet. Keeping up with continuing education programmes like this one ensures that the company is offering the best and safest service to its clients at all times.

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