Entering a new phase

  • 24-Nov-2008 11:41 EST
Gulfstream Aerospace, a wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics, recently broke ground for the second phase of its Savannah Service Center in Savannah, GA. When completed by the third quarter of 2009, the overall service center will be the largest maintenance facility in the world built specifically for business jets. The second phase of the new service center, which covers 348,248 ft², will include a hangar that can accommodate 18 large-cabin aircraft, offices, an engine run-up area for customers and additional repair shops, and 1170 parking spaces for employees. The 330,951-ft² first phase, which opened in August 2007, also has a hangar that can house 18 large-cabin aircraft, offices, repair shops, a fuel farm, an engine run-up area, and a cafeteria. The completed service center will occupy a total of 76.6 acres at the southwest corner of the Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport.
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