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The G700 is the largest cabin purpose-built business jet ever grace the skies as it undergoes certification flight testing. The 56.9 ft cabin (excluding baggage) makes it the longest business jet cabin by over 2 ft, enabling up to 5 living areas on the aircraft (although at the expense of a crew rest).
The Gulfstream G700 is expected to enter service in 2022 with the first deliveries going to launch customer Qatar Airways. Notwithstanding the lead to time to delivery, to be among the first owners of the G700 you must consider an order in the short term.
“The G700 is the largest cabin purpose-built business jet with equally staggering range of 7500 nm”
The exceptional Gulfstream cabin experience is highlighted by its iconic panoramic oval windows and 100% fresh air cabin.
The G700 has a typical configuration including a forward crew rest, lavatory and galley, followed by a 3-zone passenger cabin. A forward 4-place club group followed by a 4-place dining / conference group through a pocket door to your private suite which can be configured with either a 3-place divan and credenza or a fixed stateroom and more.
The flight deck in the G700 is equipped with the Gulfstream Symmetry Flight Deck avionics suite (proven on the G500 and G600) with a full fly-by-wire electronically linked side-stick.
The G700 is powered by 2 x Rolls Royce Pearl 700 engines generating 18,250 lbs thrust each, delivering a high-speed cruise of Mach 0.90 and a max 8 pax range of 7,500 nm including 4 crew.
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Gulfstream G700 FAQs
- What is the range of a G700? The G700 has a max NBAA range of 7,500 nm with 8 passengers and 4 crew.
- What is the max cruise speed of a G700? The max cruise speed of the G700 is 600 ktas.
- How fast is the G700? The G700 has a top speed of Mach 0.925, high-speed cruise of Mach 0.90 and a long-range cruise of Mach 0.85.
- What is the take-off distance of a G700? The G700 has a take-off field length of 6,250 ft.
- What is the service ceiling of a G700? The G700 has a service ceiling of 51,000 ft at MTOW with an initial cruise altitude of 41,000.
- What avionics suite / flight deck does the G700 have? The G700 flight deck is equipped with the Gulfstream Symmetry Flight Deck.
- What is the length of the cabin in a G700? The G700 cabin is 56.9 ft long from the cockpit bulkhead to the aft lavatory (excluding baggage).
- How many seats does a G700 have? The G700 has typical seating for 12 (up to 19) passengers and 4 crew.
- What engines are in the G700? The G700 is powered by 2 x Rolls-Royce Pearl 700 engines.
- How much thrust does the G700 produce? The Rolls-Royce Pearl 700 engines on the G700 produce 18,250 lbs thrust each.
- What is the TBO (time between overhauls) on the G700 engines? The Rolls-Royce Pearl 700 engines on the G700 are maintained on condition.
- What maintenance programs are available for the G700? The G700 is eligible for ‘Gulfstream Plane Parts’. The coverage (depending on program) includes Landing Gear overhaul, Cabin System components, Scheduled Labor, Un-Scheduled Labor, APU Coverage. The Rolls-Royce Pearl 700 engines are eligible for the Rolls-Royce Corporate Care programs.