Gulfstream Aerospace has delivered its 300th Gulfstream G450, nine years after the aircraft entered service in May 2005.
Scott Neal, senior vice president, worldwide sales and marketing, Gulfstream says: “The delivery of the 300th G450 is a proud moment for Gulfstream because it demonstrates the reliability, performance and comfort the aircraft provides and reflects continuing interest from customers.”
“The G450 remains the market leader in its class. This delivery is a testament to the hard work, dedication and innovation of Gulfstream’s workforce. With the G450 and its sister ship, the G550, Gulfstream has dominated the large-cabin business jet market for the past decade,” adds Neal.
The G450 has a range of 4,350 nautical miles/8,056 kilometers at its normal cruise speed of Mach 0.80.
The aircraft is equipped with the Gulfstream PlaneView flight deck, which includes a head-up display and an enhanced vision system. In addition, Gulfstream continues to upgrade the PlaneView flight deck system to meet the latest regulations around the world. The G450 is certified in 53 countries with more than 545,000 flight hours and approximately 261,000 landings logged by operators.