Gulfstream Operations Move to Savannah, Georgia

On September 29, 1967, Gulfstream separated its civil and military production operations and in 1967 moved the civilian unit to Savannah, Georgia.

Gulfstream operations moved to Savannah, Georgia to improve efficiency. Officials cited labor supply, land availability, transportation facilities and favorable weather conditions for choosing Savannah as Gulfstream’s permanent home.

In 2006, Gulfstream began to expand its facilities in Savannah with the creation of a new service center, independent fuel farm, state-of-the-art paint hangar, and sales and design center. Over the next couple of years, the company opened two research and development centers and broke ground in Savannah for a new business-jet manufacturing building.

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