Gulfstream is rather open about their initiative to expand their ownership of service centers. They will open service centers in the Dallas, Arizona, and Georgia areas.
In the making, it will create almost 20-50 jobs per service center.
The company is pushing for sustainability related initiatives, so they will employ sustainable fuel availability, low flow plumbing fixtures, heat reflecting roofing, and low water landscaping, all on top of building management systems as well.
“The business aviation industry has experienced great gains in 2021, and Gulfstream Customer Support has been well positioned to support our customers around the world as their flying increases,” stated Derek Zimmerman, who is the customer support president of Gulfstream. “As we continue to implement our master plan for customer-focused expansions in strategic locations, we are establishing our industry’s most modern facilities to accommodate Gulfstream’s growing fleet of next-generation aircraft, including the recently announced large-cabin G400 and ultra-long-range G800, and the G700, and we’re doing so sustainably.”