Saturday, 28 April 2018

Irish entrepreneur Denis O'Brien acquires brand new Gulfstream 650

Image courtesy of Gulfstream Aerospace 
Irish entrepreneur Denis O'Brien acquires brand new Gulfstream 650 registered M-YGIG just under two and half years ago having previous the same aircraft type registered M-YSIX which replaced a  Gulfstream G650 M-GSIX.

Gulfstream Aerospace recently reached the 300th Gulfstream G650 delivery milestone  just over five years after the aircraft entered service in 2012. Mark Burns President  Gulfstream said "The continued popularity and demand for the G650 affirms its position as the leader in the ultra-long-range segment. The introduction of the G650 was a turning point — not just for Gulfstream, but for the industry as a whole. We set out to change the game and ultimately, we did just that."

According to Gulfstream Jets Blog N305GA construction number 6305 was cancelled from FAA registration on 26 April to M-YGIG.

M-YGIG was delivered on Friday 27 Apri from Gulfstream Aerospace HQ in Savannah, Georgia direct to the Isle of Man to complete her paperwork before continuing to Dublin today arriving at 1030 local.

The Isle of Man Registry states the registered owner of the aircraft is AC EXECUTIVE AIRCRAFT (2017) LIMITED with an address at 2nd Floor, Douglas Chambers North Quay Douglas Isle of Man British Isles IM1 4LA.

O'Garajets based in Atlanta have appointed to re-market M-YSIX c/n 6156 with the aircraft having 2012 Hours  and 698 landings since new and comes with Gulfstream PlaneParts Program and wrranties through May 2021. The aircraft APU is under Honeywell MSP APU Program and RollsRoyce BR 725-A1-12 Engines under RollsRoyce Corporate Care Program.

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