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Gulfstream unveils G700, world's biggest private jet

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Edward Green ▼ | October 24, 2019
Gulfstream G700
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Gulfstream unveiled the world's largest private plane.

Gulfstream G700The long-awaited G700 corporate jet, powered by Rolls-Royce Pearl 700 engines, will be delivered to its first customers in 2022, Gulfstream said. The business jet, priced at $75 million, will have the "tallest, widest and longest cabin in the industry" and will seat 19 passengers for long-haul flights, the company based in Savannah said. Gulfstream unveiled the jet on projections that it will attract wealthy travellers with a larger cabin and longer range. The G700 can fly 7,500 nautical miles flying Mach 0.85.

Gulfstream G700The Gulfstream G700 delivers the most spacious, innovative and flexible cabin in the industry, plus all-new, high-thrust Rolls-Royce engines and the Symmetry Flight Deck. The choice of true circadian lighting puts you one step ahead of jet lag by simulating the sunlight of your next time zone. Twenty panoramic oval windows largest in business aviation, ultralow cabin altitude, whisper quiet and fresh air promote peak well-being. Jet ConneX Ka-band Wi-Fi is available at no additional charge, providing reliable high-speed coverage for all your business and entertainment needs.

Gulfstream G700All-new seats from their handcrafted collection convert into ergonomic beds. Seats are optimally positioned beside their iconic windows and near tactile cabin controls. Beyond saving valuable time, fewer flight hours means longer periods between scheduled maintenance visits, higher potential aircraft value and fresher crews. The Symmetry Flight Deck features the safety of active control sidesticks. Intuitive touchscreen avionics, paired with Phase-of-Flight intelligence, reduce both pilot workload and aircraft start-up time.

Gulfstream G700Authorized operators may increase their access to airports by using their Enhanced Flight Vision System (EFVS) with dual head-up displays to land. Other key safety features include our award-winning Predictive Landing Performance System. The jet will be pressurized to ensure the lowest cabin altitude in the industry less than 4,000 feet at most cruising altitudes. Even better, it circulates 100 percent fresh air. This is absolutely a plane you must check if you need one.


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