SAVANNAH, Ga., September 9, 2009 — The General Dynamics Aviation Services facility in Lincoln, Calif., recently received approval from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) to perform component-level maintenance for generators, alternators, convertors and instruments on aircraft registered for operation in European Union countries. The approval applies to Gulfstream business-jet aircraft and a number of non-Gulfstream aircraft, including Bombardier, Dassault Falcon and Hawker Beechcraft.
“EASA’s approval for Lincoln is a significant step forward in our component-level overhaul and repair business,” said Mark Burns, president, General Dynamics Aviation Services. “Quality repairs, backed by our solid warranty terms and Meet the Quote spare parts price-matching initiative, provide unparalleled value.”
The Lincoln facility, which is approximately 30 miles northeast of Sacramento, is the only General Dynamics Aviation Services site that specializes in electrical component repairs and overhaul. The 34,000-square-foot facility employs 24 technicians with a combined 362 years of experience.