With first deliveries scheduled for entry into service in 2003, the large-cabin, mid-range Gulfstream G200 accommodates up to 10 passengers and offers outstanding performance with its excellent climb, high-cruising altitude, high-speed, long-range and short-landing capabilities. Powered by two Pratt & Whitney PW 306A engines, the G200 is able to fly up to 3,600 nautical miles, fly at speeds up to Mach .85 and at cruising altitudes up to 45,000 feet. With low ambient noise levels, 100 percent fresh-air cabin and natural light from generous windows, the cabin provides a comfortable workspace for busy travelers.
The G200 benefits from the many improvements made in the 15 months since the Gulfstream G200 joined the Gulfstream fleet. Improvements include exceptions at delivery, which have dropped by more than 90 percent, with the most recent aircraft delivered experiencing only 10 exceptions. Equally important, completions cycle time has decreased by 68 percent (from 14 months to four-and-a-half months), while an aggressive weight-reduction program has already exceeded 50 percent of a targeted 650 pounds.
The G200 offers several layout options and competitive warranty, training and maintenance programs. Combined with the Gulfstream reputation for safety, reliability, comfort and performance, this large-cabin, mid-range aircraft can be tailored to meet the customer's individualized mission requirements.
The Gulfstream 200, the pioneer of the super mid-size business jet aircraft, offers the best-balanced performance in its category - excellent climb, high cruising altitude, high speed, long range and short landing capabilities. Able to fly 3,600 nautical miles at speeds of up to Mach .82 and of cruising at altitudes up to 45,000 feet, the Gulfstream 200 is efficient on short range, high speed missions as well.
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