Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. announced at the Latin American Business Aviation Exhibition (LABACE) in August that it’s fleet in Latin America has grown by nearly 70% since 2009. Mexico has 80 based aircraft and Venezuela has more than 30. From 2009 to now, the Gulfstream fleet in Brazil has nearly tripled, going from 14 to 40 aircraft. In 2012, the company opened a maintenance facility located in Sorocaba, Brazil, near Sao Paulo.  


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