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 today the 100th delivery of the G500/G600 series of aircraft. The G500 first entered service in September 2018, with the G600 following in August 2019. With an average of about 40 deliveries per year, this series has been very successful for...
Gulfstream announced today that the Gulfstream G500 has received European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) type certification, enabling registration and deliveries in any EU country. Mark Burns, President of Gulfstream stated “the G500 has been very well received in...
Gulfstream delivered its first G600 to a US-based customer at its Savannah, Georgia facilities today. The G600 received both its type and production certificates from the FAA on June 28th, 2019. The G600 is powered by Pratt & Whitney Canada PW800 engines. Mark...
Qatar Airways announced an order for 18 new Gulfstream aircraft. The announcement was made at the White House today by Akbar Al Baker, Chief Executive of Qatar Airways. “Qatar Airways is very pleased to confirm this landmark deal with Gulfstream. Our corporate jet...
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