The battle between Gulfstream and Bombardier at the top end of the business jet market has become more fierce. The recently introduced G500 and forthcoming G600 models from Gulfstream will soon be challenged by the forthcoming Bombardier Global 5500 and 6500 models in...
Gulfstream announced that the Gulfstream G650 is now FAA certified for Steep Approach, enabling the ultra-long-range aircraft access to more airports. Mark Burns, Gulfstream’s President stated “with the G650ER’s proven performance, our customers consistently arrive...
Gulfstream Aerospace recently delivered the 300th aircraft in the G650 family. This milestone comes just over five years after it entered service in December 2012. The G650 is the fastest large-cabin, non-supersonic aircraft to circumnavigate the globe, having flown...
Gulfstream is making a splash at Farnborough, bringing the new G800 to the show on its first international flight, a couple of weeks after its first flight on June 28th. The G800 is Gulfstream’s longest-range aircraft, with an 8,000 nm range, and is expected to join...
Gulfstream announced the G800 first flight today. The new Gulfstream G800 model has successfully completed its maiden flight, formally beginning of the flight test program for the G800. The aircraft, which was launched in October, 2021, is expected to enter service in...
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