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Gulfstream G700
Gulfstream unveiled its new G700 business jet at the 2019 National Business Aviation Association Convention & Exhibition in Las Vegas, Nevada.
On its way toward certification, Gulfstream reported that it had put in almost 14,000 hours of lab testing on the aircraft.
The Gulfstream G700 has also completed “successful ground vibration testing, engine runs, loads calibration and all structural testing required for first flight.” Sporting a Rolls Royce engine, the G700 was the tallest, widest and has the longest cabin in the industry. It can accommodate up to 19 passengers and sleeps 13.
The Gulfstream G700 price tag was $76 million in 2020 and was to be available in 2022.
Gulfstream G700
Engines: 2 x Rolls Royce Pearl 700
Wing Span: 103 ft
Length: 109 ft 10 in
Exterior Height: 25 ft 5 in
Max T/O Weight: 107600 Lb
Max Landing Weight: 83500 Lb
Operating Weight: 56365 Lb
Fuel Capacity: 49900 lbs Lb
Payload W/Full Fuel: 2235 Lb
Max Payload: 6385 Lb
Max Speed: 709 kts
Normal Cruise: 690. kts
Economy Cruise: 652 kts
Max Range: 7500 nm
Service Ceiling: 51000 ft
Take-off Distance: 6250 ft
Cabin Height: 6 ft 3 In
Cabin Width: 8 ft 2 In
Cabin Length: 56 ft 11 In
Cabin Volume: 2603 cu ft
Internal Baggage: 195 cu ft
Crew: 2
Passengers: 19

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