Gulfstream Press Release
SAVANNAH, Georgia, March 8, 2016 — Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. today announced it has enhanced its MyCMP maintenance tracking program with a feature that integrates a customizable diagnostic reasoning engine and a database of known equipment faults and troubleshooting procedures. MyCMP customers who subscribe to the user-friendly tool will benefit from reduced maintenance costs and fewer flight schedule interruptions because of improved fix performance. The MyCMP diagnostics tool, which is based on the SpotLight platform developed by Mississauga, Ontario-based CaseBank Technologies Inc., is available for G650/G650ER and G550 operators. It will also be available for operators of Gulfstream’s new clean-sheet aircraft, the G500 and G600, which are scheduled to enter service in 2018 and 2019, respectively.