Gulfstream Deliveries Down in 2020, But Order Pipeline ‘Quite Active'

<p>In October 2019,&nbsp;Gulfstream taxied out the first of four, or perhaps five, G700 flight-test aircraft in front of a carefully screened group of company employees, potential customers and vendors from one of its top-secret research and development hangars on the northside of its Savannah headquarters campus. First flight is imminent and customer deliveries are slated for 2022.</p> <p><a href="https://aviationweek.com/business-aviation/gulfstream-unveils-new-g700-flagship-nbaa-bace"><strong>Read the full article</strong></a></p>
Credit: Credit: Gulfstream
Gulfstream Aerospace delivered 127 business jets in 2020, compared to expectations of 130 aircraft, and down from 147 deliveries in 2019, its parent company reported Jan. 27. Deliveries included 40 in the fourth quarter, compared to 44 the year before. The company delivered 105 large jets and 22...

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