The Gulfstream G280 won full certification from the FAA and Civil Aviation Authority of Israel (CAAI) Sept. 4. Several G280s are in completion with first customer delivery before year's end. Full certification comes nine months after the aircraft received provisional type certification from CAAI. FAA awarded provisional type certification in March. The aircraft was announced in October 2008 as the replacement for the Gulfstream 200 and first flew in 2009. The certification program involved ...
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