|FLEET OPERATORS WORLD WIDE||Operator Country||Fleet Size||Aircraft Type|
|Argentine Air Force / FAdeA, Cordoba||Argentina||10||G 120TP|
|Canadian Air Force / KF Aerospace, Kelowna||Canada||14||G 120A-C|
|Ethiopian Air Force, Dire Dawa||Ethiopia||6||G 120TP|
|French Air Force / Airbus Flight Academy Europe, Cognac||France||18||G 120A-F|
|German Air Force / Lufthansa Aviation Training US, Phoenix||USA||6||G 120A|
|Indonesian Air Force, Yogyakarta||Indonesia||30||G 120TP|
|Israel Air Force / SNUNIT-Elbit Systems, Haifa||Israel||17||G 120A-I|
|Joint Pilot Academy Grob - JPAG, Wichita||USA||5||G 120TP|
|Kenya Air Force, Nanyuki||Kenya||6||G 120A-K|
|Mexican Air Force, Guadalajara||Mexiko||25||G 120TP|
|Myanmar Air Force, Meiktila||Myanmar||20||G 120TP|
|Royal Jordanian Air Force, Mafraq||Jordan||16||G 120TP|
|UK Empire Test Pilots’ School / QinetiQ, Boscombe Down||United Kingdom||2||G 120TP|
|UK Royal Air Force & Royal Navy / Affinity, Cranwell & Barkston Heath||United Kingdom||23||G 120TP|
|US Army / CAE US, Dothan||USA||7||G 120TP|
VISION & MISSION
is to be the premier aircraft manufacturer and support organization within our market segments.
To be an employer of choice, and a corporate citizen of high repute.
is to develop, manufacture, sell and support industry-leading aircraft, through the use of advanced technology,
an innovative and flexible corporate culture, and the highest possible quality standards.
We act honestly, ethically and legally in every thing we do. We honor our commitments and take personal responsibility for our actions. We strive for quality in what we do, and in the interactions with those around us.
We are open to new ideas and change. We are open and candid with one another and promote knowledge sharing freely across all barriers and boundaries.
Trust and mutual respect
We treat everyone with fairness and dignity. We trust our colleagues and are trustworthy in all that we do. We promote a foundation of openness and team work.
We have the courage to act on our convictions. We sacrifice individual self-interest when necessary to preserve these values. We do and say what we think is right and engage constructively in all discussions.
Sustainability and social responsibility
We are responsible to our colleagues, customers and suppliers, for the environment and the communities where we live and work. We seek to improve lives everywhere we operate, aiming for a healthy, safe and sustainable environment.
GROB AIRCRAFT, headquartered in Tussenhausen-Mattsies Germany, with its research, development, manufacturing and assembly facilities starts into a new future with the backing of H3 Aerospace as strategic partner. The new corporation operates under the name GROB AIRCRAFT SE, and is a 100% subsidiary of H3 Aerospace GmbH & Co KG.
GROB AIRCRAFT is one of the world’s largest and most experienced composite aircraft manufacturers since 1971. Within its 49 years of history Grob delivered more than 3,500 aircraft that have flown over seven million hours on five continents. Its product range evolved from pioneering gliders of the 70s, the record-breaking high altitude aircraft of the 80s and 90s, and to today’s leading edge designed and state-of-the-art business jets, as well as to training and special mission aircraft.
At its inception, GROB successfully produced 200 CIRRUS gliders under license and then soon after developed and manufactured its own ASTIR glider series in both a single seat and dual seat configuration. Already early showing its pioneering spirit, the company also introduced the TWIN III SL self-launching glider.
In the 80s, the GROB received German an American (FAA) type certification for the G 109, the world’s first genuine series production composite motor glider. Taking its expertise in composite technology to a new level in the late 80´s, GROB showed its maturity as an aircraft designer and manufacturer when the company developed, tested and manufactured the G 520Egrett / Strato 1 high-altitude aircraft, gaining five world records. The Strato 2C pushed the limits even further. It was designed for altitudes as high as 78,800 feet (24 000 meters) and an endurance of 48 hours.