Gulfstream announced several performance improvements for the Gulfstream G700 business jet. After validation through extensive flight testing, improvements include longer range, faster speed, and lower cabin altitude. The G700 range has increased to 7,750 nautical...
Gulfstream completed the first flight of the second Gulfstream G800 aircraft. The second test aircraft flying is a significant milestone in the certification process, expected during the first half of 2024. The G800 can fly 8,000 nautical miles at Mach 0.85 and 7,000...
GAMA released its report on business aircraft shipments and billings for the first quarter 2023. The GAMA report can be downloaded here. Business aircraft deliveries were flat year over year for business jets, but the helicopter market improved substantially. The...
Gulfstream brought the forthcoming G800 to Europe for the first time at EBACE 2023. The G800 joins the G280, G500, G000, G650ER, and G700 on the static display. Gulfstream news from EBACE 2023. The G800, with an 8,000nm range, can be configured with up to 19...
Here’s our updated model showing that the US business jet market slowdown continues. The US market is down again, though still up versus 2019 levels. Our forecast model suggests this is going to continue Page 2 shows the decline is driven by domestic US flights...
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