Gulfstream today announced it has appointed Global Jet Services as an authorized provider of European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)-certified maintenance training on several out-of-production aircraft.
The agreement covers practical and theoretical mechanical (B1) and avionics (B2) training on Gulfstream’s GII, GIII, GIV and GV models.
“Global Jet Services has provided a variety of high-quality training to customers and Gulfstream employees for many years,” said Tim Steinhauser, director, Customer Relations, Gulfstream. “This is just another example of our mutual commitment to providing the training required to meet the regulatory training requirements of our customers around the world.”
In most cases, Global Jet Services’ GIV-GV EASA training is available to Gulfstream customers at their base of operation. More than 80 courses are available. Global Jet Services’ GII-GIII EASA training will be available at a later date.
Global Jet Services is headquartered in Avon, Connecticut.