Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. will display three of its business jets at JetExpo 2010 in Moscow. They are the large-cabin, mid-range G200; the large-cabin, long-range G450; and the large-cabin, ultra-long-range G550.  The aircraft will be available for viewing from Sept. 15-17 at the Vnukovo-3 Airport, Avia Business Terminal. In addition to the static display, Gulfstream will have an exhibit at the Crocus Expo International Exhibition Center, Pavilion 2, Hall 7. Gulfstream’s exhibit is No. A120.
Russia is an important part of our overall global strategy, said Larry Flynn, senior vice president, Marketing and Sales, Gulfstream. With the continued growth of our fleet in the region, this represents an ideal opportunity for us to connect with current and potential customers, so they can learn firsthand about our aircraft’s tremendous capabilities and how they can handle the full range of mission requirements.
Several members of the company’s senior leadership team will be on hand for the air show, including Joe Lombardo, president, Gulfstream Aerospace; Mark Burns, president, Product Support; and Flynn.
The executives will participate in a media briefing from 3-4 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 15, at Crocus Expo International Exhibition Center, Conference Hall E. During the briefing, Lombardo, Flynn and Burns will discuss the G250 and G650 programs, enhancements to the company’s global support network and other news.  A question period will follow.
Additionally, the company will conduct a regional Operators’ Forum from 2-5 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 16. Such forums allow the company to provide updates and technical presentations on maintenance and operational subjects relevant to Gulfstream operators in Russia.