1984 GULFSTREAM III SN 435
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1991 GULFSTREAM IV SN 1174
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1981 WESTWIND I SN 327
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GULFSTREAM JET PERFORMANCE AT A GLANCE PAX = Typical Passenger Configuration        CABINV = Cabin Volume in Cubic Feet        CABINH = Cabin Height in Feet        BAGV = Baggage Volume (Interior/Exterior) in Cubic Feet        PAY - Payload with Full Fuel (lbs)        MTOW = Max Take Off Weight (lbs)        CRUISE = Normal Cruise Speed (kts)        RANGE = NBAA IFR Range with Seats Full (NM)    GPH = Gallons per hour             AIRCRAFT           PAX    CABINV    CABINH   BAGV    PAY      MTOW      CRUISE  RANGE   Gulfstream II      12     1,270     6.1      155     1,670    62,500    475     2,625 Gulfstream IISP    12     1,270     6.1      155     1,405    62,500    475     2,790 Gulfstream IIB     12     1,270     6.1      155     3,440    68,500    460     3,560 Gulfstream III     12     1,345     6.1      155     1,910    69,700    475     3,460 Gulfstream IV      13     1,510     6.1      165     1,220    73,200    475     3,800 Gulfstream IV/SP   13     1,525     6.2      165     2,019    74,600    475     3,880 Gulfstream V       12     1,670     6.2      226     1,500    90,500    485     6,250 Gulfstream 100     7      375       5.6      9/55      800    24,650    455     2,550 Gulfstream 150     7      465       5.75     25/55     850    26,100    455     2,700 Gulfstream 200     8      865       6.25     25/125    800    35,450    455     3,150 Gulfstream 300     13     1,525     6.2      165     2,000    72,000    475     3,480 Gulfstream 350     13     1,525     6.2      165     2,490    70,900    475     3,480 Gulfstream 400     13     1,525     6.2      165     2,015    74,600    475     3,880 Gulfstream 450     13     1,525     6.2      165     2,015    73,900    475     3,880 Gulfstream 500     13     1,665     6.2      225     2,660    85,100    485     5,620 Gulfstream 550     13     1,665     6.2      226     2,500    91,000    485     6,490
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GULFSTREAM JETS AIRCRAFT HISTORY GULFSTREAM 650 (2012 to 2014 - SN 6001 to SN 6135) The   Gulfstream   G650   was   formally   launched   as   an   internal   company   project   in   May   2005,   and   publicly unveiled   on   March   13,   2008.   At   the   public   announcement   occasion,   company   executives   stated   the   new model   would   become   Gulfstream's   largest,   fastest   and   most   expensive   business   jet   on   entry   to   the   market. The   G650   has   a   cruise   speed   of   Mach   0.85   to   0.90,   with   maximum   speed   of   Mach   0.925   and   a   range   of   up   to 7,000   nmi   (13,000   km).   It   can   be   equipped   with   a   full   kitchen   and   bar   and   may   be   equipped   with   a   variety of   entertainment   features   including   satellite   phones   and   wireless   Internet.   The   jet   uses   two   Rolls-Royce BR725   engines,   each   producing   a   maximum   thrust   of   17,000   pounds-force   (75.6   kN).   Gulfstream   states   that with   a   weight   of   less   than   100,000   pounds   (45,400   kg),   it   is   able   to   land   at   small   airports   avoiding   the   busy airports   around   the   world.   To   provide   better   usage   of   the   internal   volume,   Gulfstream   designers   rejected   the usual   circular   fuselage   cross-section   in   favor   of   an   oval   which   uses   a   flatter   lower   portion.   The   cabin   is   8   feet 6   inches   (2.59   m)   wide   and   6   feet   5   inches   (1.96   m)   high.   The   fuselage   is   of   metal   construction;   composite materials   are   used   for   empennage,   winglets,   rear   pressure   bulkhead,   engine   cowlings,   cabin   floor   structure and   many   fairings.   The   eight   oval   cabin   windows   on   each   side   of   the   fuselage   are   28   inches   (71   cm)   wide. The   wing   uses   greater   sweep   (36   degrees)   than   previous   Gulfstream   aircraft   (for   example,   the   G550   wing has   27   degrees   of   sweep).   It   does   not   use   leading-edge   high-lift   devices,   and   tracks   for   rear-mounted   flaps are   completely   enclosed   within   the   airfoil   contour.   The   wing's   leading   edge   is   a   continuously-changing   curve, and   the   airfoil   varies   continuously   from   root   to   tip   (the   tip   incorporates   winglets).   The   aircraft   controls   are completely   fly-by-wire,   with   no   mechanical   control   between   pilot   and   flight   surfaces.   The   surfaces   are   moved by   dual   hydraulic   systems.   More   airliners   today   are   using   fly-by-wire,   but   only   one   other   current   business   jet (Dassault   Falcon   7X)   is   so   equipped.   The   G650   shares   its   yokes   and   column   with   the   G550   in   an   effort   to receive   a   common   type   rating.   On   September   7,   2012,   the   G650   received   its   type   certificate   from   the   US Federal   Aviation   Administration.   In   May   2014   Gulfstream   announced,   that   it   had   developed   an   extended range   version   called   the   G650ER.   The   G650ER   is   capable   of   flying   7,500   nautical   miles   (13,900   km;   8,600 mi)   at   Mach   0.85,   due   to   its   4,000   pounds   (1,814   kg)   increase   in   fuel   capacity.   Gulfstream   stated   that   a G650ER   development   aircraft   had   flown   non-stop   from   Hong   Kong   to   Teterboro,   New   Jersey,   U.S.   in   March, a   distance   of   7,494   nautical   miles   (13,879   km;   8,624   mi);   it   had   also   flown   non-stop   from   Los   Angeles   to Melbourne   in   Australia.   The   extra   fuel   is   housed   in   existing   space   inside   the   G650's   wings   and   aircraft already built may be quickly upgraded to the ER version.   GULFSTREAM G550 (2003 to 2014 - SN 5002 to SN 5510) The   G550   was   the   successor   to   the   Gulfstream   V   with   first   deliveries   in   2003.   Range   is   increased   to   6,750 nautical   miles   (12,500   km),   mostly   due   to   reductions   in   aerodynamic   drag.   The   Gulfstream   550   has   the longest   flight   range   in   its   class.   Additionally,   this   aircraft   has   a   "PlaneView"   cockpit,   which   consists   of   4 Honeywell   DU-1310   EFIS   screens,   a   Gulfstream-designed   cursor   control   system,   and   an   Enhanced   Vision System   (EVS).   EVS   is   an   infrared   camera   that   displays   an   image   of   the   view   in   front   of   the   camera   on   a   head up   display.   The   system   permits   the   aircraft   to   land   in   lower-visibility   instrument   meteorological   conditions than   a   non-EVS-equipped   aircraft.   This   aircraft   may   be   distinguished   from   the   legacy   Gulfstream   V   by   a seventh   passenger   window   on   both   sides   of   the   aircraft,   and   by   the   square   outflow   valve   on   the   aircraft   right side   as   compared   to   the   circular   one   on   the   GV.   The   G500   is   a   variant   of   the   G550   identical   to   the   G550   but has a reduced fuel capacity. Visual Guidance System (HUD) and Enhanced Visual System are optional.   GULFSTREAM G350/G450 ( 2004 to 2014 - SN 4001 to SN 4350) The   G450   is   an   improved   version   of   the   GIV-SP/G400   using   technologies   from   the   G500/G550.   It   has   a "PlaneView"   cockpit   with   4   Honeywell   21   EFIS   screens,   and   a   Gulfstream-designed   cursor   control   system.   It also   has   the   "Enhanced   Vision   System"   (EVS),   an   infrared   camera   that   displays   an   image   of   the   view   in   front of    the    camera    on    a    head    up    display.    EVS    permits    the    aircraft    to    land    in    lower-visibility    instrument meteorological   conditions   than   a   non-EVS-equipped   aircraft.   Another   exterior   difference   between   the   G-IV and   G450   is   the   removal   of   windshield   wipers   on   the   G450.   The   G350   is   the   short-range   version   of   the G450.   It   has   the   same   exterior   appearance   as   G450,   and   includes   the   PlaneView   cockpit,   but   does   not   have EVS as standard equipment, which is available as an option.   GULFSTREAM G400 (2002 to 2004 - SN 1500 to 1534) The   successor   to   the   G-IVSP   was   the   G400   offering   a   large   cabin,   long   range   of   4,350   nautical   miles   (8,060 km)   and   the   same   comfort   and   design   that   characterize   the   G-IVSP.   Typical   cruise   height   and   speed   are 45,000   ft   and   Mach   0.88.   Earlier   models   were   fitted   with   Honeywell's   SPZ   8000   Avionics   package.   The   SPZ 8400 Avionics Package was an option, becoming standard on later models.   GULFSTREAM G-V (1997 to 2002 - SN 501 to SN 699) The   Gulfstream   G-V   first   flew   in   1995,   was   certified   in   1997,   and   was   one   of   the   first   "ultra-long   range" (~6,000-nautical-mile   (11,000   km))   business   aircraft.   Capable   of   carrying   up   to   16   people   in   standard seating   configurations,   and   able   to   fly   up   to   6,500   nmi   (12,000   km),   the   GV   became   the   longest   range business   jet   ever   made   (at   the   time   of   its   introduction).   Total   production   of   the   Gulfstream   V   was   191 aircraft.   Production   of   the   GV   marked   the   first   time   that   Gulfstream   decided   to   build   more   than   one   aircraft at   the   same   time   as   another   model.   Historically,   Gulfstream   ended   production   of   one   model   (GI   to   GIV) before   starting   production   of   another   new   aircraft.   Features   on   the   GV   include   enhanced   weather   radar, autopilot   and   head-up   display   for   the   pilot.   Safety   features   include   the   first   Enhanced   Vision   Systems   (EVS) that   allow   increased   visibility   in   adverse   environments.   Also,   the   GV   is   the   only   ultra-long-range   aircraft   that provides   as   an   option   either   a   forward   (standard   in   other   ‘like’   aircraft)   or   an   aft   galley.   Two   new   aircraft followed   the   GV,   the   Gulfstream   G550   in   2003   with   greater   range   and   the   G500   in   2004.   The   GV   entered   the market   three   years   earlier   than   the   Global   Express   and   met   its   ultra-long-range   target   and   was   an   important development in creating a new market (Ultra-Long-range) that never existed before.   GULFSTREAM IV and IVSP (1987 to 2002 - SN 1000 to SN 1499) Gulfstream   began   work   on   the   Gulfstream   IV   in   March   1983   as   a   re-engined,   stage   3,   stretched   fuselage derivative   of   the   Gulfstream   III.   The   engines   were   upgraded   to   the   much   quieter   and   fuel   efficient   Rolls Royce   Tay   MK-611-8   turbofan   engines.   All   Gulfstream   IV   aircraft   meet   stage   3   noise   requirements.   The   wing was   redesigned   for   weight   reduction,   a   reduction   in   cruise   drag,   increased   range   and   a   lower   stall   speed. These   aerodynamic   improvements   result   in   an   increase   in   range   of   over   300   nautical   miles.   The   first   GIV made   its   maiden   flight   on   September   19,   1985.   The   model   received   type   certification   from   the   FAA   in   April 1987.   The   G-IV   entered   into   service   with   serial   number   1000   in   1987   and   was   upgraded   to   the   Gulfstream IVSP   GIV-SP   version   at   serial   number   1214   in   1993.   The   Gulfstream   IVSP   offered   improved   landing   gear   and brakes   for   a   higher   landing   weight.   It   was   later   redesignated   G400   at   serial   number   1500.   A   shorter   range variant of the GIV and given the G300 designation in 2002.   GULFSTREAM III (1980 to 1987 - SN 249 to SN 498) The   Gulfstream   III   was   the   successor   as   an   improved   variant   of   the   Gulfstream   II   and   offered   a   redesigned wing   employing   supercritical   airfoil   sections   and   winglets.   The   inboard   wing   was   extended   in   chord   and recontoured,   to   reduce   the   aircraft's   high-speed   drag.   The   wing   span   was   increased   by   six   feet   and   five-foot winglets   were   added.   In   addition,   the   fuselage   was   lengthened   by   an   additional   two-foot   section   aft   of   the main   door   and   the   radome   was   extended   and   re-contoured.   A   new   curved   windscreen   was   incorporated, changes   were   made   to   the   cockpit   instruments   and   autopilot   and   the   maximum   take-off   weight   was increased.   The   aircraft   received   type   approval   from   the   Federal   Aviation   Administration   in   September   1980. A   total   of   206   Gulfstream   IIIs   were   built.   In   2013,   the   FAA   modified   14   CFR   part   91   rules   to   prohibit   the operation   of   jets   weighing   75,000   pounds   or   less   that   are   not   stage   3   noise   compliant   after   December   31, 2015.   The   Gulfstream   III   is   listed   explicitly   in   Federal   Register   78   FR   39576.   Any   Gulfstream   III's   that   have not   been   modified   by   installing   Stage   3   noise   compliant   engines   or   have   not   had   "hushkits"   installed   for   non- compliant engines will not be permitted to fly in the contiguous 48 states after December 31, 2015.   GULFSTREAM II (1967 to 1979 - SN 1 to SN 258) The    Gulfstream    II    was    announced    by    Grumman    in    1965    as    a    turbofan-powered    replacement    for    the Gulfstream   I   turboprop   executive   transport.   The   transformation   could   hardly   have   been   more   thorough:   the G-II   was   equipped   with   an   entirely   new   swept   wing,   and   a   pair   of   Rolls-Royce   Spey   turbofans   were   mounted on   pylons   just   ahead   of   an   all-new   T-tail.   Only   the   large   fuselage   cross-section   of   the   original   Gulfstream was   retained.   For   many   years   the   Gulfstream   II   stood   alone   in   its   class,   offering   transcontinental   range   at   jet speeds   and   the   only   standup   cabin   available   in   a   business   jet.   To   this   day   the   Gulfstream   line   remains   the standard   by   which   large   executive   aircraft   are   measured.   The   Gulfstream   II   made   its   first   flight   in   October 1966   and   was   granted   FAA   certification   in   October   1967.   The   Gulfstream   II   has   been   completed   in   a   variety of   configurations,   but   typical   executive   cabins   accommodate   10   to   14   passengers   in   combinations   of   club seating,   side   divan,   and   individual   passenger   seats.   The   aircraft   is   commonly   outfitted   with   a   large   working galley,   entertainment   center,   and   full-sized   aft   lavatory.   The   standup   cabins   of   the   Gulfstream   line   have   long been   some   of   the   largest   available   in   corporate   aircraft.   The   GII   cabin   has   a   width   of   7.3   ft.,   a   cabin   height of   6.1ft.and   a   length   of   33.9ft.   In   1976,   Gulfstream   engineers   added   tip-tanks   to   the   wings   which   added   an additional   4,000lbs.   of   fuel   capacity   and   a   corresponding   500nm   increase   in   range.   256   G-IIs   and   G-IIBs were   produced   before   the   model   was   replaced   by   the   G-III   in   1979.   The   GIIB   has   the   G-III   wing   with winglets,    upgraded    landing    gear,    increased    gross    weight    and    hush    kits    to    quiet    the    Spey-powered Gulfstreams to Stage II specifications.   GULFSTREAM G250 / G280 (2012 to 2014 - SN 2001 to SN 2063) In   2005,   Gulfstream   and   IAI   began   designing   a   follow-on   aircraft   to   the   Gulfstream   G200.   The   new   model, named   G250,   was   launched   in   2008.   Planned   improvements   included   new   glass   cockpit   and   engines,   larger wing,   and   heated   leading   edges.   The   aerodynamic   design   of   its   wing   and   empennage,   and   design   of   the interior   and   completion   components   were   performed   by   Gulfstream.   Detailed   design   was   performed   by   IAI   to Gulfstream’s   requirements.   It   is   a   Gulfstream   designed   aircraft   under   a   new   type   certificate.   The   aircraft   has several    improvements,    among    them    increased    cabin    length    (external    fuselage    dimensions    remain unchanged;   the   rear   fuselage   fuel   tank   was   eliminated   to   add   17   inches   (43   cm)   of   usable   interior   area), new   engine   HTF7250G,   new   T-tail   (with   larger   horizontal   and   vertical   stabilizers),   wing   anti-ice   provided   by engine   bleed   air,   cabin   with   four   more   windows   and   access   from   the   cabin   to   the   baggage   compartment.   It competes   against   the   Hawker   4000,   Bombardier   Challenger   300   and   the   Embraer   Legacy   500.   The   fuselage, empennage   and   landing   gear   are   manufactured   by   IAI,   the   wing   by   Spirit   AeroSystems,   and   the   aircraft   is assembled   in   Israel.   It   is   then   ferried   to   Dallas,   Texas,   for   interior   finishing   and   painting.   In   July   2011,   the G250   was   renamed   the   G280,   as   the   company   had   "determined   that   G280   is   a   more   amenable   number sequence   [than   G250]   in   certain   cultures.".   The   G280   was   provisionally   certified   in   December   2011   by   Israel. In   July   2012,   the   US   FAA   released   a   report   with   conditions   to   ensure   no   security   gaps   in   the   G280's electronic   systems.   It   received   full   certification   from   Israel   and   the   US   on   September   4,   2012.   After   the   flight test   program,   the   G280   demonstrated   a   range   of   3,600   nmi   (6,667   km)   at   Mach   0.80   with   four   passengers and   NBAA   IFR   reserves   in   2011.   It   can   fly   from   London   to   New   York   or   Singapore   to   Dubai.   Its   balanced   field length has been reduced to 4,750 feet (1,448 m) from the G200's 4,960 feet (1,512 m).   GULFSTREAM G200 ( 1999 to 2011 - SN 4 to 250) The   G200   was   originally   named   "Astra   Galaxy".   Israel   Aircraft   Industries'   subsidiary   Galaxy   Aerospace   Inc began   designing   the   Galaxy   in   the   late   1980s.   The   Galaxy   was   based   on   a   new   wider   fuselage,   attached   to   a strengthened   Astra   SPX   wing   with   integrated   winglets   and   modified   high   lift   devices,   powered   by   new   5,700 lb   (25.3   kN)   thrust   Pratt   &   Whitney   Canada   PW306   turbofans,   and   with   improved   Pro   Line   4   avionics   and   all- new   interior.   The   main   change   from   the   Astra   SPX   wing   was   the   introduction   of   Krueger   flaps   on   the   leading edges   of   the   inboard   section.   These   recovered   some   of   the   field   performance   lost   as   a   result   of   the   Galaxy's higher   wing   loading.   It   used   rubber   de-ice   boots   on   wing   and   horizontal   stabilizer   leading   edges.   The   aircraft has   seating   configurations   for   8   to   10   passengers.   The   Galaxy   first   flew   on   December   25,   1997.   By December   1998   it   had   received   certification   from   the   US   and   Israeli   aviation   agencies.   Deliveries   began   the following   year.   The   Galaxy   was   renamed   "G200"   after   Gulfstream   Aerospace   acquired   Galaxy   Aerospace   in June   2001.   The   final   production   G200   rolled   off   the   production   line   on   December   19,   2011;   250   units   had been   built.   In   2005,   Gulfstream   began   designing   a   follow-on   aircraft.   The   new   model,   known   as   the   G250 was launched in 2008. It was later renamed the Gulfstream G280.   ASTRA JET AIRCRAFT HISTORY   ASTRA SPX / GULFSTREAM G-100 / G150 (1996 to 2014 - SN 79 to SN 314) The   Gulfstream   G100,   formerly   known   as   the   Astra   SPX,   is   an   Israel   Aircraft   Industries-manufactured   twin- engine   business   jet,   now   produced   for   Gulfstream   Aerospace.   Announced   in   September   2002,   Gulfstream partnered   with   Israel   Aircraft   Industries   to   introduce   the   Gulfstream   G150.      It   would   replace   the   G100   in production   in   2006.   This   medium   range,   multiengine   turbofan   business   aircraft   lives   up   to   Gulfstream’s standards   of   reliability   and   high   performance   in   private   jets.   The   G150   is   powered   by   two   fuel-efficient Honeywell   TFE731-40AR-200G   turbofan   engines.   Each   engine   produces   4,420   lbs   of   thrust,   both   supplied with full authority digital engine control (FADEC). Their inspection interval is 6,000 hours.   ASTRA JETS / ASTRA SP (1986 to 1996 - SN  4 to SN 78) Astra   evolved   from   the   Rockwell   Jet   Commander   aircraft,   for   which   IAI   had   purchased   the   manufacturing license   in   1968,   and   the   IAI   Westwind.   The   Astra   wing   design   was   modified   and   with   a   completely   new fuselage   created   the   Galaxy   (later   the   Gulfstream   G200)   business   jet   during   the   1990s.   Work   on   an improved   Westwind   began   in   the   early   1980s,   with   the   first   prototype   flight   on   19   March   1984.   The   first production   Astra   flew   in   March   1985,   FAA   certification   came   in   August   1985   and   customer   deliveries   started in   1986.   The   original   1125   Astra   was   replaced   by   the   Astra   SP,   announced   in   1989   of   which   37   were   built. The   SP   models   went   from   SN   42   to   SN   78   and   featured   EFIS   86,   re-closing   gear   doors   and   a   recesses windshield   wiper   (some   aircraft   from   SN   32   to   SN   42   were   partial   SP   aircraft).   The   third   variant,   Astra   SPX, flew    in    August    1994.    This    variant    was    renamed    G100    from    September    2002    following    Gulfstream's acquisition   of   Galaxy   Aerospace,   which   held   the   Astra   certifications,   in   May   2001.   IAI   builds   G100s   in   Israel and   then   flies   the   completed   airframes   to   the   United   states   for   interior   outfitting.   In   September   2002 Gulfstream announced the improved G150, based on the G100.
1984 WESTWIND II SN 412
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1979 WESTWIND I SN 263 $245,000 USD
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1984 GULFSTREAM III SN 435
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1984 WESTWIND II SN 412
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1981 WESTWIND I SN 327
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1979 WESTWIND I SN 263 $245,000 USD
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1984 WESTWIND II SN 412
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1981 WESTWIND I SN 327
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GULFSTREAM JET PERFORMANCE AT A GLANCE PAX = Typical Passenger Configuration        CABINV = Cabin Volume in Cubic Feet        CABINH = Cabin Height in Feet        BAGV = Baggage Volume (Interior/Exterior) in Cubic Feet        PAY - Payload with Full Fuel (lbs)        MTOW = Max Take Off Weight (lbs)        CRUISE = Normal Cruise Speed (kts)        RANGE = NBAA IFR Range with Seats Full (NM)    GPH = Gallons per hour             AIRCRAFT            PAX      CABINV      CABINH    BAGV      PAY        MTOW         CRUISE     RANGE   Gulfstream II       12       1,270       6.1       155       1,670      62,500       475        2,625 Gulfstream IISP    12       1,270       6.1       155       1,405      62,500       475        2,790 Gulfstream IIB      12       1,270       6.1       155       3,440      68,500       460        3,560 Gulfstream III     12       1,345       6.1       155       1,910      69,700       475        3,460 Gulfstream IV       13       1,510       6.1       165       1,220      73,200       475        3,800 Gulfstream IV/SP    13       1,525       6.2       165       2,019      74,600       475        3,880 Gulfstream V        12       1,670       6.2       226       1,500      90,500       485        6,250 Gulfstream 100      7         375       5.6       9/55        800      24,650       455        2,550 Gulfstream 150       7         465      5.75       25/55       850      26,100    455        2,700 Gulfstream 200       8         865      6.25       25/125      800      35,450       455        3,150 Gulfstream 300      13       1,525       6.2       165       2,000      72,000       475        3,480 Gulfstream 350      13       1,525       6.2       165       2,490      70,900       475        3,480 Gulfstream 400      13       1,525       6.2       165       2,015      74,600       475        3,880 Gulfstream 450      13       1,525       6.2       165       2,015      73,900    475        3,880 Gulfstream 500      13       1,665       6.2       225       2,660      85,100       485        5,620 Gulfstream 550      13       1,665       6.2       226       2,500      91,000       485        6,490  
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GULFSTREAM JETS AIRCRAFT HISTORY GULFSTREAM 650 (2012 to 2014 - SN 6001 to SN 6135) The   Gulfstream   G650   was   formally   launched   as   an   internal   company   project   in   May   2005,   and   publicly   unveiled   on   March   13,   2008.   At the   public   announcement   occasion,   company   executives   stated   the   new   model   would   become   Gulfstream's   largest,   fastest   and   most expensive   business   jet   on   entry   to   the   market.   The   G650   has   a   cruise   speed   of   Mach   0.85   to   0.90,   with   maximum   speed   of   Mach 0.925   and   a   range   of   up   to   7,000   nmi   (13,000   km).   It   can   be   equipped   with   a   full   kitchen   and   bar   and   may   be   equipped   with   a   variety of   entertainment   features   including   satellite   phones   and   wireless   Internet.   The   jet   uses   two   Rolls-Royce   BR725   engines,   each producing   a   maximum   thrust   of   17,000   pounds-force   (75.6   kN).   Gulfstream   states   that   with   a   weight   of   less   than   100,000   pounds (45,400   kg),   it   is   able   to   land   at   small   airports   avoiding   the   busy   airports   around   the   world.   To   provide   better   usage   of   the   internal volume,   Gulfstream   designers   rejected   the   usual   circular   fuselage   cross-section   in   favor   of   an   oval   which   uses   a   flatter   lower   portion. The   cabin   is   8   feet   6   inches   (2.59   m)   wide   and   6   feet   5   inches   (1.96   m)   high.   The   fuselage   is   of   metal   construction;   composite materials   are   used   for   empennage,   winglets,   rear   pressure   bulkhead,   engine   cowlings,   cabin   floor   structure   and   many   fairings.   The eight   oval   cabin   windows   on   each   side   of   the   fuselage   are   28   inches   (71   cm)   wide.   The   wing   uses   greater   sweep   (36   degrees)   than previous   Gulfstream   aircraft   (for   example,   the   G550   wing   has   27   degrees   of   sweep).   It   does   not   use   leading-edge   high-lift   devices, and   tracks   for   rear-mounted   flaps   are   completely   enclosed   within   the   airfoil   contour.   The   wing's   leading   edge   is   a   continuously- changing   curve,   and   the   airfoil   varies   continuously   from   root   to   tip   (the   tip   incorporates   winglets).   The   aircraft   controls   are   completely fly-by-wire,   with   no   mechanical   control   between   pilot   and   flight   surfaces.   The   surfaces   are   moved   by   dual   hydraulic   systems.   More airliners   today   are   using   fly-by-wire,   but   only   one   other   current   business   jet   (Dassault   Falcon   7X)   is   so   equipped.   The   G650   shares   its yokes   and   column   with   the   G550   in   an   effort   to   receive   a   common   type   rating.   On   September   7,   2012,   the   G650   received   its   type certificate   from   the   US   Federal   Aviation   Administration.   In   May   2014   Gulfstream   announced,   that   it   had   developed   an   extended   range version   called   the   G650ER.   The   G650ER   is   capable   of   flying   7,500   nautical   miles   (13,900   km;   8,600   mi)   at   Mach   0.85,   due   to   its 4,000   pounds   (1,814   kg)   increase   in   fuel   capacity.   Gulfstream   stated   that   a   G650ER   development   aircraft   had   flown   non-stop   from Hong   Kong   to   Teterboro,   New   Jersey,   U.S.   in   March,   a   distance   of   7,494   nautical   miles   (13,879   km;   8,624   mi);   it   had   also   flown   non- stop   from   Los   Angeles   to   Melbourne   in   Australia.   The   extra   fuel   is   housed   in   existing   space   inside   the   G650's   wings   and   aircraft already built may be quickly upgraded to the ER version.   GULFSTREAM G550 (2003 to 2014 - SN 5002 to SN 5510) The   G550   was   the   successor   to   the   Gulfstream   V   with   first   deliveries   in   2003.   Range   is   increased   to   6,750   nautical   miles   (12,500   km), mostly   due   to   reductions   in   aerodynamic   drag.   The   Gulfstream   550   has   the   longest   flight   range   in   its   class.   Additionally,   this   aircraft has   a   "PlaneView"   cockpit,   which   consists   of   4   Honeywell   DU-1310   EFIS   screens,   a   Gulfstream-designed   cursor   control   system,   and   an Enhanced   Vision   System   (EVS).   EVS   is   an   infrared   camera   that   displays   an   image   of   the   view   in   front   of   the   camera   on   a   head   up display.   The   system   permits   the   aircraft   to   land   in   lower-visibility   instrument   meteorological   conditions   than   a   non-EVS-equipped aircraft.   This   aircraft   may   be   distinguished   from   the   legacy   Gulfstream   V   by   a   seventh   passenger   window   on   both   sides   of   the   aircraft, and   by   the   square   outflow   valve   on   the   aircraft   right   side   as   compared   to   the   circular   one   on   the   GV.   The   G500   is   a   variant   of   the G550 identical to the G550 but has a reduced fuel capacity. Visual Guidance System (HUD) and Enhanced Visual System are optional.   GULFSTREAM G350/G450 ( 2004 to 2014 - SN 4001 to SN 4350) The   G450   is   an   improved   version   of   the   GIV-SP/G400   using   technologies   from   the   G500/G550.   It   has   a   "PlaneView"   cockpit   with   4 Honeywell   21   EFIS   screens,   and   a   Gulfstream-designed   cursor   control   system.   It   also   has   the   "Enhanced   Vision   System"   (EVS),   an infrared   camera   that   displays   an   image   of   the   view   in   front   of   the   camera   on   a   head   up   display.   EVS   permits   the   aircraft   to   land   in lower-visibility   instrument   meteorological   conditions   than   a   non-EVS-equipped   aircraft.   Another   exterior   difference   between   the   G-IV and   G450   is   the   removal   of   windshield   wipers   on   the   G450.   The   G350   is   the   short-range   version   of   the   G450.   It   has   the   same   exterior appearance   as   G450,   and   includes   the   PlaneView   cockpit,   but   does   not   have   EVS   as   standard   equipment,   which   is   available   as   an option.   GULFSTREAM G400 (2002 to 2004 - SN 1500 to 1534) The   successor   to   the   G-IVSP   was   the   G400   offering   a   large   cabin,   long   range   of   4,350   nautical   miles   (8,060   km)   and   the   same comfort   and   design   that   characterize   the   G-IVSP.   Typical   cruise   height   and   speed   are   45,000   ft   and   Mach   0.88.   Earlier   models   were fitted   with   Honeywell's   SPZ   8000   Avionics   package.   The   SPZ   8400   Avionics   Package   was   an   option,   becoming   standard   on   later models.   GULFSTREAM G-V (1997 to 2002 - SN 501 to SN 699) The   Gulfstream   G-V   first   flew   in   1995,   was   certified   in   1997,   and   was   one   of   the   first   "ultra-long   range"   (~6,000-nautical-mile   (11,000 km))   business   aircraft.   Capable   of   carrying   up   to   16   people   in   standard   seating   configurations,   and   able   to   fly   up   to   6,500   nmi   (12,000 km),   the   GV   became   the   longest   range   business   jet   ever   made   (at   the   time   of   its   introduction).   Total   production   of   the   Gulfstream   V was   191   aircraft.   Production   of   the   GV   marked   the   first   time   that   Gulfstream   decided   to   build   more   than   one   aircraft   at   the   same   time as   another   model.   Historically,   Gulfstream   ended   production   of   one   model   (GI   to   GIV)   before   starting   production   of   another   new aircraft.   Features   on   the   GV   include   enhanced   weather   radar,   autopilot   and   head-up   display   for   the   pilot.   Safety   features   include   the first   Enhanced   Vision   Systems   (EVS)   that   allow   increased   visibility   in   adverse   environments.   Also,   the   GV   is   the   only   ultra-long-range aircraft   that   provides   as   an   option   either   a   forward   (standard   in   other   ‘like’   aircraft)   or   an   aft   galley.   Two   new   aircraft   followed   the   GV, the   Gulfstream   G550   in   2003   with   greater   range   and   the   G500   in   2004.   The   GV   entered   the   market   three   years   earlier   than   the   Global Express   and   met   its   ultra-long-range   target   and   was   an   important   development   in   creating   a   new   market   (Ultra-Long-range)   that never existed before.   GULFSTREAM IV and IVSP (1987 to 2002 - SN 1000 to SN 1499) Gulfstream   began   work   on   the   Gulfstream   IV   in   March   1983   as   a   re-engined,   stage   3,   stretched   fuselage   derivative   of   the   Gulfstream III.   The   engines   were   upgraded   to   the   much   quieter   and   fuel   efficient   Rolls   Royce   Tay   MK-611-8   turbofan   engines.   All   Gulfstream   IV aircraft   meet   stage   3   noise   requirements.   The   wing   was   redesigned   for   weight   reduction,   a   reduction   in   cruise   drag,   increased   range and   a   lower   stall   speed.   These   aerodynamic   improvements   result   in   an   increase   in   range   of   over   300   nautical   miles.   The   first   GIV made   its   maiden   flight   on   September   19,   1985.   The   model   received   type   certification   from   the   FAA   in   April   1987.   The   G-IV   entered into   service   with   serial   number   1000   in   1987   and   was   upgraded   to   the   Gulfstream   IVSP   GIV-SP   version   at   serial   number   1214   in 1993.   The   Gulfstream   IVSP   offered   improved   landing   gear   and   brakes   for   a   higher   landing   weight.   It   was   later   redesignated   G400   at serial number 1500. A shorter range variant of the GIV and given the G300 designation in 2002.   GULFSTREAM III (1980 to 1987 - SN 249 to SN 498) The   Gulfstream   III   was   the   successor   as   an   improved   variant   of   the   Gulfstream   II   and   offered   a   redesigned   wing   employing supercritical   airfoil   sections   and   winglets.   The   inboard   wing   was   extended   in   chord   and   recontoured,   to   reduce   the   aircraft's   high- speed   drag.   The   wing   span   was   increased   by   six   feet   and   five-foot   winglets   were   added.   In   addition,   the   fuselage   was   lengthened   by an   additional   two-foot   section   aft   of   the   main   door   and   the   radome   was   extended   and   re-contoured.   A   new   curved   windscreen   was incorporated,   changes   were   made   to   the   cockpit   instruments   and   autopilot   and   the   maximum   take-off   weight   was   increased.   The aircraft   received   type   approval   from   the   Federal   Aviation   Administration   in   September   1980.   A   total   of   206   Gulfstream   IIIs   were   built. In   2013,   the   FAA   modified   14   CFR   part   91   rules   to   prohibit   the   operation   of   jets   weighing   75,000   pounds   or   less   that   are   not   stage   3 noise   compliant   after   December   31,   2015.   The   Gulfstream   III   is   listed   explicitly   in   Federal   Register   78   FR   39576.   Any   Gulfstream   III's that   have   not   been   modified   by   installing   Stage   3   noise   compliant   engines   or   have   not   had   "hushkits"   installed   for   non-compliant engines will not be permitted to fly in the contiguous 48 states after December 31, 2015.   GULFSTREAM II (1967 to 1979 - SN 1 to SN 258) The   Gulfstream   II   was   announced   by   Grumman   in   1965   as   a   turbofan-powered   replacement   for   the   Gulfstream   I   turboprop   executive transport.   The   transformation   could   hardly   have   been   more   thorough:   the   G-II   was   equipped   with   an   entirely   new   swept   wing,   and   a pair   of   Rolls-Royce   Spey   turbofans   were   mounted   on   pylons   just   ahead   of   an   all-new   T-tail.   Only   the   large   fuselage   cross-section   of the   original   Gulfstream   was   retained.   For   many   years   the   Gulfstream   II   stood   alone   in   its   class,   offering   transcontinental   range   at   jet speeds   and   the   only   standup   cabin   available   in   a   business   jet.   To   this   day   the   Gulfstream   line   remains   the   standard   by   which   large executive   aircraft   are   measured.   The   Gulfstream   II   made   its   first   flight   in   October   1966   and   was   granted   FAA   certification   in   October 1967.   The   Gulfstream   II   has   been   completed   in   a   variety   of   configurations,   but   typical   executive   cabins   accommodate   10   to   14 passengers   in   combinations   of   club   seating,   side   divan,   and   individual   passenger   seats.   The   aircraft   is   commonly   outfitted   with   a   large working   galley,   entertainment   center,   and   full-sized   aft   lavatory.   The   standup   cabins   of   the   Gulfstream   line   have   long   been   some   of the   largest   available   in   corporate   aircraft.   The   GII   cabin   has   a   width   of   7.3   ft.,   a   cabin   height   of   6.1ft.and   a   length   of   33.9ft.   In   1976, Gulfstream   engineers   added   tip-tanks   to   the   wings   which   added   an   additional   4,000lbs.   of   fuel   capacity   and   a   corresponding   500nm increase   in   range.   256   G-IIs   and   G-IIBs   were   produced   before   the   model   was   replaced   by   the   G-III   in   1979.   The   GIIB   has   the   G-III wing   with   winglets,   upgraded   landing   gear,   increased   gross   weight   and   hush   kits   to   quiet   the   Spey-powered   Gulfstreams   to   Stage   II specifications.   GULFSTREAM G250 / G280 (2012 to 2014 - SN 2001 to SN 2063) In   2005,   Gulfstream   and   IAI   began   designing   a   follow-on   aircraft   to   the   Gulfstream   G200.   The   new   model,   named   G250,   was launched   in   2008.   Planned   improvements   included   new   glass   cockpit   and   engines,   larger   wing,   and   heated   leading   edges.   The aerodynamic    design    of    its    wing    and    empennage,    and    design    of    the    interior    and    completion    components    were    performed    by Gulfstream.   Detailed   design   was   performed   by   IAI   to   Gulfstream’s   requirements.   It   is   a   Gulfstream   designed   aircraft   under   a   new   type certificate.    The    aircraft    has    several    improvements,    among    them    increased    cabin    length    (external    fuselage    dimensions    remain unchanged;   the   rear   fuselage   fuel   tank   was   eliminated   to   add   17   inches   (43   cm)   of   usable   interior   area),   new   engine   HTF7250G,   new T-tail   (with   larger   horizontal   and   vertical   stabilizers),   wing   anti-ice   provided   by   engine   bleed   air,   cabin   with   four   more   windows   and access   from   the   cabin   to   the   baggage   compartment.   It   competes   against   the   Hawker   4000,   Bombardier   Challenger   300   and   the Embraer   Legacy   500.   The   fuselage,   empennage   and   landing   gear   are   manufactured   by   IAI,   the   wing   by   Spirit   AeroSystems,   and   the aircraft   is   assembled   in   Israel.   It   is   then   ferried   to   Dallas,   Texas,   for   interior   finishing   and   painting.   In   July   2011,   the   G250   was renamed   the   G280,   as   the   company   had   "determined   that   G280   is   a   more   amenable   number   sequence   [than   G250]   in   certain cultures.".   The   G280   was   provisionally   certified   in   December   2011   by   Israel.   In   July   2012,   the   US   FAA   released   a   report   with conditions   to   ensure   no   security   gaps   in   the   G280's   electronic   systems.   It   received   full   certification   from   Israel   and   the   US   on September   4,   2012.   After   the   flight   test   program,   the   G280   demonstrated   a   range   of   3,600   nmi   (6,667   km)   at   Mach   0.80   with   four passengers   and   NBAA   IFR   reserves   in   2011.   It   can   fly   from   London   to   New   York   or   Singapore   to   Dubai.   Its   balanced   field   length   has been reduced to 4,750 feet (1,448 m) from the G200's 4,960 feet (1,512 m).   GULFSTREAM G200 ( 1999 to 2011 - SN 4 to 250) The   G200   was   originally   named   "Astra   Galaxy".   Israel   Aircraft   Industries'   subsidiary   Galaxy   Aerospace   Inc   began   designing   the   Galaxy in   the   late   1980s.   The   Galaxy   was   based   on   a   new   wider   fuselage,   attached   to   a   strengthened   Astra   SPX   wing   with   integrated   winglets and   modified   high   lift   devices,   powered   by   new   5,700   lb   (25.3   kN)   thrust   Pratt   &   Whitney   Canada   PW306   turbofans,   and   with improved   Pro   Line   4   avionics   and   all-new   interior.   The   main   change   from   the   Astra   SPX   wing   was   the   introduction   of   Krueger   flaps   on the   leading   edges   of   the   inboard   section.   These   recovered   some   of   the   field   performance   lost   as   a   result   of   the   Galaxy's   higher   wing loading.   It   used   rubber   de-ice   boots   on   wing   and   horizontal   stabilizer   leading   edges.   The   aircraft   has   seating   configurations   for   8   to   10 passengers.   The   Galaxy   first   flew   on   December   25,   1997.   By   December   1998   it   had   received   certification   from   the   US   and   Israeli aviation   agencies.   Deliveries   began   the   following   year.   The   Galaxy   was   renamed   "G200"   after   Gulfstream   Aerospace   acquired   Galaxy Aerospace   in   June   2001.   The   final   production   G200   rolled   off   the   production   line   on   December   19,   2011;   250   units   had   been   built.   In 2005,   Gulfstream   began   designing   a   follow-on   aircraft.   The   new   model,   known   as   the   G250   was   launched   in   2008.   It   was   later renamed the Gulfstream G280.   ASTRA JET AIRCRAFT HISTORY   ASTRA SPX / GULFSTREAM G-100 / G150 (1996 to 2014 - SN 79 to SN 314) The   Gulfstream   G100,   formerly   known   as   the   Astra   SPX,   is   an   Israel   Aircraft   Industries-manufactured   twin-engine   business   jet,   now produced   for   Gulfstream   Aerospace.   Announced   in   September   2002,   Gulfstream   partnered   with   Israel   Aircraft   Industries   to   introduce the   Gulfstream   G150.      It   would   replace   the   G100   in   production   in   2006.   This   medium   range,   multiengine   turbofan   business   aircraft lives   up   to   Gulfstream’s   standards   of   reliability   and   high   performance   in   private   jets.   The   G150   is   powered   by   two   fuel-efficient Honeywell   TFE731-40AR-200G   turbofan   engines.   Each   engine   produces   4,420   lbs   of   thrust,   both   supplied   with   full   authority   digital engine control (FADEC). Their inspection interval is 6,000 hours.   ASTRA JETS / ASTRA SP (1986 to 1996 - SN  4 to SN 78) Astra   evolved   from   the   Rockwell   Jet   Commander   aircraft,   for   which   IAI   had   purchased   the   manufacturing   license   in   1968,   and   the   IAI Westwind.   The   Astra   wing   design   was   modified   and   with   a   completely   new   fuselage   created   the   Galaxy   (later   the   Gulfstream   G200) business   jet   during   the   1990s.   Work   on   an   improved   Westwind   began   in   the   early   1980s,   with   the   first   prototype   flight   on   19   March 1984.   The   first   production   Astra   flew   in   March   1985,   FAA   certification   came   in   August   1985   and   customer   deliveries   started   in   1986. The   original   1125   Astra   was   replaced   by   the   Astra   SP,   announced   in   1989   of   which   37   were   built.   The   SP   models   went   from   SN   42   to SN   78   and   featured   EFIS   86,   re-closing   gear   doors   and   a   recesses   windshield   wiper   (some   aircraft   from   SN   32   to   SN   42   were   partial SP   aircraft).   The   third   variant,   Astra   SPX,   flew   in   August   1994.   This   variant   was   renamed   G100   from   September   2002   following Gulfstream's   acquisition   of   Galaxy   Aerospace,   which   held   the   Astra   certifications,   in   May   2001.   IAI   builds   G100s   in   Israel   and   then   flies the   completed   airframes   to   the   United   states   for   interior   outfitting.   In   September   2002   Gulfstream   announced   the   improved   G150, based on the G100.
1979 WESTWIND I SN 263 $245,000 USD
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