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Gulfstream Aerospace to exhibit three business jets at Dubai Airshow

Posted 7 November 2017 · Add Comment

Gulfstream Aerospace will exhibit three business jets at the Dubai Airshow, the flagship Gulfstream G650ER, the award-winning Gulfstream G550 and the class-leading Gulfstream G280.

The aircraft will be part of the airshow’s static display at Dubai World Central.

“Gulfstream is uniquely positioned to support the steadily growing Middle Eastern market with our versatile, class-leading family of aircraft that allow customers to travel quickly and comfortably to far-reaching business hubs,” said Mark Burns, president, Gulfstream.

Customers will have the opportunity to tour the static display, including the internationally recognised four-living-area G650ER, and to discuss Gulfstream’s advances in performance, reliability and innovative, immersive design.

More than 170 Gulfstream aircraft operate in the Middle East and Africa.

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