Rolls-Royce announced yesterday that the new Rolls-Royce Pearl 700 engine powering the Gulfstream G700 and G800 models achieved European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) certification. The Pearl 700 was developed at the Rolls Royce Centre of Excellence for Business...
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...
Gulfstream has secured workshare packages for its newest business jets, the G400 and G800. The airframer has signed a contract with GKN Aerospace for the two models, which extends the partnership between the companies that goes back to 1993. GKN will produce the...
Mark Burns, President of Gulfstream, unveiled two new aircraft programs, the G400 and the G800 Monday evening in Savannah. This adds to the Gulfstream large cabin portfolio, adding two new aircraft to the existing G500, G600, G650ER, and G700 models. The G400 is a...
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