Gulfstream – LGB (Long Beach)

The Long Beach, California, Service Center anchors Gulfstream’s U.S. West Coast operations.

The 325,182-square-feet/30,210-square-meter facility doubles as a completion center for Gulfstream G550 and Gulfstream G650 aircraft. Gulfstream Long Beach employs more than 850 people, including 110 technicians, master technicians and craftsmen. Two Field and Airborne Support Teams (FAST) trucks are based nearby. The site, located at Long Beach Airport (KLGB), features office space, equipment maintenance facilities, a company store and a cafeteria.

For services, sales or additional information:

Main Phone: +1 562 420 1818
Fax: +1 562 627 5097
Unicom: 122.95 MHz

Tom Anderson, Vice President and General Manager

Address: ​Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation
4150 East Donald Douglas Drive
Long Beach, California 90808-1725

Airframe Support: G650ER, G650, G550, G500, GIIB, GV, G450, G350, GIV-SP, GIV, G400, G300, G280, G200, G150, G100, GIII, GII, GI

Capabilities: All major inspections, interior installations, modifications and refurbishments, major structural modifications and repairs, spare part exchanges and sales, paint work

Repair Station Approvals: United States (FAA), European Union (EASA), Bermuda, Canada (CAA), Cayman Islands, China (CAAC), Hong Kong, India, Korea, Macau, Malaysia, Taiwan, Uganda

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Technical Operations

Technical Operations

Imagine being anywhere in the world, at any hour of the day, and with one phone call, getting expert advice from a skilled technician with years of troubleshooting experience.

Gulfstream Service Centers

Service Centers

Gulfstream aircraft operate worldwide yet never fly beyond the reach of the company’s service network.

Gulfstream Field and Airborne Support Team

Gulfstream FAST

Gulfstream Field and Airborne Support Teams are designed to ensure a swift, well-coordinated response to aircraft on ground (AOG) situations.

Company History

Company History

All business aviation, regardless of manufacturer, traces its roots to Gulfstream. Roy Grumman, co-founder of Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation, proposed the development of a purpose-built business aircraft at World War II’s end.