The Gulfstream IV (G-IV or G-4) , designed and manufactured by Gulfstream Aerospace from 1985 to 2003, is part of a family of twin-jet aircraft that are used primarily for private or business use. It made its first flight in September of 1985 and received FAA certification in 1987. It entered service with serial number 1000 in 1987 and was later upgraded to a special purpose GIV-SP version with serial number 1214 in 1993, which was later redesignated as G400. Read more >>
The Gulfstream II (G-II or G-2) is an American twin engine business jet originally designed by Grumman. It was then continued by Grumman American and finally Gulfstream American. The first Gulfstream II flew in October of 1966. Its Grumman model number is G-1159 and its US military designation is C-11 Gulfstream II. It has since been succeeded by the Gulfstream III (G-3). The G-II was designed as a corporate transport that provides high speed and long range capability without sacrificing the advantages that the Gulfstream I had, which were: airport performance, reliability, and other operational advantages. Read more >>
Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation is a wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics, specializing in the design, development, manufacturing, marketing, and servicing of business-jet aircraft. Since 1958, Gulfstream has produced more than 2,000 aircraft. Its current fleet consists of the following models: G150, G280, G350, G450, G500, G550, and G650. Models formerly manufactured by Gulfstream are the G100, G1, GII, GIII, GIV, GV, G200, G300, and G400. All these formerly produced models are twin-engine business jets. The current fleet today is based off designs of these obsolete models. The G280 is based off the GII, the G350/G450 is based off the GIV, and the G500/G550 is based off the GV. Its newest design, the G650, is an ultra-long-range business jet that boasts an ultra-large cabin. Read more >>
Gulfstream just received an approval for new flight management system 6.1 for gulfstream IV, gulfstream IV-SP, gulfstream 400, and gulfstream 300. Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation broadcasted that its full squad of demo aircraft flew to the 65th Annual National Business Aviation Association Meeting and Convention on innovative biofuels. The five aircrafts flew from Savanna, Georgia to Orlando, Florida on a 50/50 blend of Honeywell Green Jet Fuel and petroleum-based jet fuel. They also improved the Gulfstream 650 that result in the range at high speed and takeoff detachment, giving operators enhanced bounciness for ultra-extended-range missions. Read more >>
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