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Gulfstream G700 To Head For Singapore Airshow

G700 Will Displayed Alongside G600

Gulfstream is sending the G700 overseas to make its Singapore Airshow debut. The G700, joined by the G600, will be on display February 20-25 at Changi Exhibition Centre. 

“The long-range advantage of the Gulfstream G700 and G600 is incredibly important to customers in the Asia-Pacific region,” said Scott Neal, senior vice president, Worldwide Sales, Gulfstream. “We look forward to showcasing these record-setting aircraft at the Singapore Airshow so customers can experience firsthand their unmatched performance, innovative design and exceptional comfort.”

The G700 can be configured with up to five living areas, seats up to 19 passengers and sleeps up to 13, and offers options including the industry’s only ultragalley, with over 10 feet of counter space. The interior provides comfort with award-winning seat designs and the Gulfstream Cabin Experience with 100% fresh air, low sound levels, plenty of natural light and a cabin altitude of 2,840 ft when flying at 41,000 ft. With a maximum operating speed of Mach 0.935, the G700 is apparently the fastest bird in the Gulfstream fleet and can crank out the Singapore to London at Mach 0.87. 

The 'clean-sheet' G600 recently completed the world’s first trans-Atlantic flight using 100% sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). The G600 also provides the Gulfstream Cabin Experience and can fly 6,600 nautical miles at Mach 0.85 or 5,600 nm at Mach 0.90 and can connect Singapore to Istanbul at Mach 0.90. Today, there are more than 130 in service.

The G700 and G600, along with the other aircraft in the Gulfstream fleet, share commonalities that are designed to provide increased operational efficiencies for customers and enhance safety. Both jets are outfitted with advanced avionics, including the Gulfstream Symmetry Flight Deck with the industry’s first active control sidesticks, dual head-up displays, a Data Concentration Network, and an extensive use of touch-screen technology. The G700 and G600 also feature Enhanced Flight Vision System (EFVS), which provides imagery to help pilots navigate in low-visibility situations and minimize delays and rerouting.



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