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Gulfstream Aerospace enhances its aircraft redesign programme

Posted 10 February 2021 · Add Comment

Gulfstream Aerospace has enhanced its aircraft redesign programme. In as little as 30 business days, any Gulfstream aircraft can be redesigned with the assistance of a dedicated designer.

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“No one knows a Gulfstream aircraft like we do,” said Derek Zimmerman, president, Gulfstream Customer Support. “Our award-winning expertise, quality craftsmanship and superior materials make Gulfstream the top choice for a redesign. From a refresh to a floorplan reconfiguration, our team can bring any vision to reality. An updated aircraft not only improves the customer’s overall comfort, it can increase the aircraft’s marketability.”

 

The new Gulfstream programme allows customers to choose a refurbishment package that best suits their situation:

 

    The Refresh: In as few as 30 working days, aircraft receive recovered seats as well as upper and lower sidewalls, fresh carpeting and exterior paint.

    The Premium: In addition to the offerings of the Refresh, aircraft are outfitted with new veneers and countertops.

    The Custom: Aircraft are reimagined with all the perks of the Premium as well as a new floorplan.

 

Aircraft can benefit from a redesign at various stages of their lifespan, depending on usage as well as owner needs and preferences.

 

“To further reflect the convenience and benefit of choosing Gulfstream, aircraft redesigns can be accomplished when the aircraft is already undergoing other maintenance services,” said Zimmerman.

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