Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. will showcase its full fleet of aircraft, including the recently certified Gulfstream G650 and G280, at the 65th Annual National Business Aviation Association Meeting & Convention in Orlando from Oct. 30-Nov. 1.
Gulfstream’s static display at Orlando Executive Airport will include the G650, G550, G450, G280 and G150.
The company’s exhibit in the North Hall of the Orlando County Convention Center will focus on its wide-ranging product support initiatives. Gulfstream’s 7,200-square-foot convention center exhibit will feature products and services that keep Gulfstream at the forefront of product support. These include:
The Gulfstream Network, an on-location version of the Savannah-based “Studio G,” an Internet production channel that allows the company to effectively disseminate information to customers on safety, service and support, and technical training;
Total Technical Training, a hands-on aircraft maintenance training program;
Advanced Technologies, enhancements for the cockpit, cabin management and entertainment systems for large-cabin and mid-cabin models, including features and timelines for any mandated items;
The Interior Design Center, focusing on the company’s interior design capabilities and featuring an opportunity to experience real-time rendering technology;
PlaneBook, a portable compact electronic document manager that provides pilots access to critical flight information during flight; and
PlaneParts™, a spare-parts subscription service that offers Gulfstream owners and operators a way to manage their yearly maintenance costs.
Additionally, the exhibit will feature one-twentieth scale models of the full Gulfstream fleet, from the G150 through the G650, along with iPad information stations specific to each aircraft model.
Media Briefing and Other Events
Gulfstream has a number of events planned for the conference, including a media briefing at 10 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 29. The 45-minute briefing will focus on the latest activities on the G280 and G650 programs and enhancements to the company’s global support network. It will be in the Orlando County Convention Center, Room 220A.
On Tuesday, Oct. 30, the G650 and G280 will be available for media tours from 6-7 p.m. at Orlando Executive Airport. Also on Tuesday, the company will announce the winner of the Gulfstream Outstanding Flight Award Program, which commemorates 53 years of superlative worldwide flight by Gulfstream aircraft. The winner will receive the Alber-Rowley Trophy, named for the first two pilots of the original Gulfstream I.
Gulfstream will conduct a regional operators forum from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 31, in the Orlando Windermere X Ballroom of the Peabody Hotel (next door to the Orlando County Convention Center). The session will focus on updates and technical presentations relevant to Gulfstream operators. Gulfstream operators, pilots and maintenance personnel can register for the conference via mygulfstream.com.
Several members of the company’s senior leadership team will be on hand for the three-day industry event.
Source and photo: Gulfstream