Introduced in 2002, the Gulfstream G500 features the PlaneViewT cockpit and offers the Gulfstream EVS and Head-Up display as added features. The large-cabin, ultra-long-range aircraft can fly 18 passengers nonstop 5,800 nautical miles at a cruising speed of .885 Mach and to an altitude of up to 51,000 feet. Customers can choose from six Premium InteriorsT as well as from a variety of additional options.
Available now, the first deliveries for entry into service are scheduled in 2004. The Gulfstream G500 business jet, with its two Rolls-Royce BR710 engines, can fly 5,800 nm with eight passengers at a cruising speed of Mach .80 from Los Angeles to Moscow without refueling. Versatile in its ability to reach four continents from North America, the large-cabin, ultra-long-range jet can fly up to 5,000 nautical miles at Mach .85. The G500's required takeoff distance is only 5,150 feet.
Owners of the Gulfstream G500 will enjoy a wide range of selections that include multiple cabin layouts, several well planned and designed option packages, and competitive warranty, training and maintenance programs. The standard equipment and option packages combined with the proven reliability, safety, comfort and performance offer an exceptional combination of features that serve to enhance the customer's ability to tailor the aircraft to meet their individual mission needs.
Depending on the configuration, the G500 can accommodate 14 to 18 passengers.
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