China’s Minsheng places big Gulfstream order

written by australianaviation.com.au | April 17, 2014
Chinese lessor Minsheng has ordered up to 60 Gulfstream bizjets.
Chinese lessor Minsheng has ordered up to 60 Gulfstream bizjets.

Gulfstream Aerospace has announced that China’s Minsheng Financial Leasing has placed an order for up to 60 Gulfstream business jets aircraft.

The announcement didn’t detail the breakdown between firm orders and options. It covers the Gulfstream product line, including the super mid-size Gulfstream G280; the long-range G450; the ultra-long-range G550; and the ultra-large-cabin ultra-long-range G650.

“This agreement speaks to the industry-leading performance, comfort, safety and reliability of Gulfstream aircraft,” Gulfstream president Larry Flynn said in a statement. “Thanks to the breadth of the Gulfstream aircraft family, we have the products that match the needs of Minsheng’s customers. Minsheng has quickly become the largest fleet owner in China and has been a leading visionary in the business aviation market.  We are thrilled with Minsheng’s confidence in Gulfstream and look forward to working with the company throughout the delivery process and beyond.”

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