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Gulfstream 350

Producer

Gulfstream Aerospace

Model

Gulfstream 350

Category

Heavy Jets

Capacity

14 passengers

Gulfstream 350
Gulfstream 350
Gulfstream 350
Gulfstream 350
Gulfstream 350
Gulfstream 350
Gulfstream 350
Gulfstream 350
Gulfstream 350
Gulfstream 350
Gulfstream 350

Overview

The Gulfstream IV (or G-IV or GIV) and derivatives are a family of twin-jet aircraft, mainly for private or business use. The aircraft was designed and built by Gulfstream Aerospace, a General Dynamics company based in Savannah, Georgia, United States from 1985 until 2003. Over 535 aircraft of this type have been produced. 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 special purpose GIV-SP version at serial number 1214 in 1993. It was later redesignated G400 at serial number 1500. The G450 is an improved version of the GIV-SP/G400 using technologies from the G500/G550 (an upgrade to the GV). It has a "PlaneView" cockpit with 4 Honeywell 21 EFIS screens, and a Gulfstream-designed cursor control system. 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.

Specs

Performance

Speed

476 kts

547.8 mi/h

881.6 km/h

Range

3900 nm

7222.8 km

Service Ceiling

45000 nm

83340 km

Cabin

Width

N/A

Height

N/A

Luggage

Capacity

169 cu ft

4.8 cu m

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