The question which private jet will make the race in business aviation in 2022, especially when it comes to long-haul flights in private aviation, will be clarified at the latest when you make the acquaintance of the G700 jet from Gulfstream. Gulfstream G700 – a private jet of the special class, read why this is so.
Gulfstream G700 – a private jet of the special class
The cockpit convinces with a unique performance. The cockpit is equipped with 10 touch screen monitors, latest and future oriented heads-up displays (like on fighter jets) and sidestick controls. This is a holistic design that promotes simplicity, ease of use and situational awareness.
The jet’s interior
With the largest interior in its class and features such as circadian lighting, 20 large windows and a rear sleeping suite, the aircraft wows. The private jet offers up to five living areas with seating for up to 19 people, as well as options for a full-size bed and shower.
Finest propulsion technology by Rolls-Royce
Perhaps it’s no wonder that the Gulfstream G700, will be the new Queen of the Skies for quite some time starting in 2022. After all, Rolls-Royce vehicles are the kings of the road and the darlings of High Net Worth Individuals. To explain the last few sentences, Gulfstream is using Rolls-Royce Pearl engines, which will take the new Gulfstream flagship up to 7,500 nautical miles at speeds up to Mach .925.
The G700’s larger cabin and Symmetry Flight Deck stand out and excite the connoisseurs.
Large orders for the G700 and Gulfstream
The Gulfstream G700 flew directly from its headquarters in Savannah, Georgia, to the hangar of its launch customer, Qatar Executive, in Doha as the perceived best ultra-long-range aircraft in the private and business aviation sectors. The delegation in Doha, including Qatar Airways Group executives, media representatives and top customers, were excited about Gulfstream’s new flagship aircraft. As a result, Qatar Executive added to its order of 14 G650s and immediately ordered another 10 G700 jets as well. Qatar Executive uses the G700 as a charter aircraft in its fleet of long-range and ultra-long-range aircraft.
Gulfstream’s G700 jet will take the lead
When the G700, estimated to cost $75 million, enters service next year, it will likely mean that Gulfstream’s G700 jet, Bombardier’s Global 7500, the aircraft currently at the top of the business aviation will outrank this category.
Another ultra-long-range jet is scheduled to enter service in 2025, the Dassault Falcon 10X. This will further increase the great competition that exists in this category.
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