Gulfstream Aerospace today announced that its company-owned service center in Brunswick, Georgia, recently received approved maintenance organization (AMO) designations from Bermuda and the Cayman Islands.
The company also announced that its service center in Las Vegas recently earned AMO status from Aruba.
These AMOs allow most Gulfstream aircraft registered with the civil aviation authorities of Bermuda, the Cayman Islands and Aruba to undergo maintenance, repairs, alterations and inspections at Gulfstream Brunswick and Las Vegas.
“These approvals for our Brunswick and Las Vegas sites allow us to better serve the significant and growing number of aircraft registered in the Cayman Islands, Bermuda and Aruba that travel to the U.S.,” said Derek Zimmerman, president, Gulfstream Product Support. “Securing these authorizations gives our operators another option where they can receive the best service and support in the industry.”
Gulfstream’s service centers in Brunswick and Las Vegas are certified U.S. Federal Aviation Administration, European Aviation Safety Agency and Transport Canada Part 145 repair stations, which means their technicians can work on aircraft registered in the U.S., European Union countries and Canada. Las Vegas also has AMO designations from the Cayman Islands and Burundi.