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Gulfstream G200: Technical and Operating Data

Gulfstream’s G200 is capable of carrying up to eight passengers with three crew.  With four passengers it can fly 3,400 NM (6,301 km).

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Gulfstream celebrates 25 years of Gulfstream IV

The company says it is the best-selling large-cabin, long-range business jet in the world with more than 520 of the 536 jets produced in the GIV series still flying.

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Gulfstream: Large aircraft demand strong

Speaking at a Morgan Stanley investor conference last week, Jay Johnson, chairman and chief executive officer of Gulfstream’s parent company, General Dynamics, said that demand for large cabin jets was strong, and that although it had still not returned in the mid-cabin market, there were signs of increased activity.

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G650 reaches Mach 0.995

Gulfstream Aerospace today said that its first Gulfstream G650 test aircraft recently reached Mach 0.995 during flutter testing.

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Yawn new East support sales manager at Gulfstream

Gulfstream Aerospace has appointed Charles Yawn as senior regional product support sales manager for the eastern part of the US.

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Gulfstream G350: Buyer’s and Investor’s Guide

Gulfstream G350: Buyer’s and Investor’s Guide

Gulfstream continued the design of the Gulfstream III with the Gulfstream 300, and the Gulfstream 350 is the next business jet in the Gulfstream family. The G350 is very similar to the larger Gulfstream 450, the only real difference is the aircraft range.

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Gulfstream G150: Buyer’s and Investor’s Guide

Gulfstream G150: Buyer’s and Investor’s Guide

How far and how fast does a Gulfstream G150 fly? How much does a new Gulfstream G150 cost? How much does it cost to operate a Gulfstream G150?

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Gulfstream promotes Ragheb and Sperry

Gulfstream has promoted Roger Sperry and Tarek Ragheb to senior vice presidents for international sales.

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G450 breaks Tokyo-Hong Kong speed record

A Gulfstream G450, large, long-range business jet, recently flew between Tokyo and Hong Kong in less than four hours, setting a new speed record for the route.

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Gulfstream expands PlaneParts and names Richard Shaw as manager

Richard Shaw has become manager of Gulfstream PlaneParts, a cost-per-flight-hour spare parts programme. The manufacturer is now also making the programme available to owners of large cabin aircraft.

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