Gulfstream reopens Hangar F at Dallas


Hangar F now dedicated to servicing mid-cabin aircraft

Gulfstream Dallas hangarGulfstream Aerospace has announced the reopening of Hangar F, now dedicated to servicing mid-cabin aircraft, at its Dallas Love Field facility. The reopened hangar increases space by nearly 18 percent at the site, allowing Gulfstream to more efficiently outfit and service large-cabin and mid-cabin business jets.

“We now have an ideal situation for operators: hangars dedicated to specific aircraft models,” said Mark Burns, president, Gulfstream Product Support.  “Large-cabin and mid-cabin customers have their own specific facility, with parts inventory and office space that cater to their needs.  We are also well-positioned for the future with the 2012 and 2011 deliveries of the Gulfstream G650 and G250, respectively.”

The hangar is dedicated to mid-cabin aircraft, the G200 and G250.  Hangar F also has a warehouse stocked with parts for mid-cabin and non-Gulfstream aircraft. 

Three of the other eight hangars at Gulfstream Dallas are dedicated to large-cabin aircraft, including the flagship G650.  This expansion will create an additional four large-cabin slots over current capacity.  Each of the remaining three hangars is used for final-phase manufacturing, paint and the maintenance of non-Gulfstream aircraft.  The Dallas site’s total square footage is 411,890.

Gulfstream’s Dallas maintenance facility is designated to service the G650 and G250 when they enter service.