NBAA News -- Gulfstream CMP.net Tops 1,500 Customer Aircraft in Less Than Four Years

93 percent of all in-service Gulfstream aircraft are now enrolled in CMP.net.


Savannah, GA, Sept. 24, 2007 – Since Gulfstream introduced CMP.net in February 2004, operators of some 1,500 Gulfstream business jets have enrolled in the Web-based aircraft maintenance tracking system. This means 93 percent of all in-service Gulfstream aircraft are now enrolled in CMP.net.

"CMP.net has given operators the freedom to access their maintenance information anytime, anywhere," said Larry Flynn, president, Product Support, Gulfstream. "For operators of multi-aircraft fleets, CMP.net is especially helpful because they can track all of their planes, including those manufactured by other companies, on a single software platform."

With CMP.net, customers can input and retrieve real-time maintenance information through a computer or handheld device with a Web browser. Gulfstream CMP.net is accessible through myGulfstream.com, Gulfstream’s proprietary customer Internet site that is password-protected to ensure customer privacy.

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