Gulfstream Doubles Fleet in Southeast Asia

Gulfstream G650

Gulfstream G650

Speaking on the sidelines of the 2016 Singapore Airshow Gulfstream Aerospace announced that its Asia-Pacific fleet continues to grow, reflecting the company’s position as the top-rated brand in the region.

JETNET’s latest iQ Report, published quarterly, lists Gulfstream first in its Brand Reputations of Aircraft Manufacturers survey for Asia Pacific.

«Our brand reputation in Asia Pacific is second to none and that is reflected in our fleet, which has doubled in size from 142 aircraft in 2010 to 289 at the end of 2015,» said Roger Sperry, regional senior vice president, International Sales, Asia Pacific, Gulfstream.

Asian Tycoons Buying

«That’s an average of more than 29 deliveries a year. We continue to welcome new customers who want to leverage the performance, comfort and reliability of our aircraft to expand their business interests around the world,» Sperry added.

Convenience is not Cheap

The company’s fleet in Southeast Asia has doubled over the past five years to more than 60 aircraft. Nearly 25 of those aircraft are based in Singapore. As sales in the region increase, Gulfstream continues to invest in regional support and services for operators while also realigning the resources it’s had in place for several years. Approximately $65 million in parts are positioned in Singapore, Hong Kong and Beijing.

Asia Pacific is already Gulfstream’s second-biggest market and will continue to grow but at $65 million for the G650 or G650ER personal jets luxury does not come cheap.

 

 

 

 

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