Gulfstream G650 Private Jet Charter Flights and Prices
The Gulfstream G650 ultra-large-cabin, ultra-high speed business jet is the flagship of the Gulfstream fleet, developed to serve for customers who want more cabin space, longer range and more cruise speed. With the maximum specified speed of 704 mph, and a nonstop range of 7,000 nautical miles, the Gulfstream G650 can fly faster and farther than any traditional business aircraft.
The average hourly rental rate of the Gulfstream G650 is around 9,200 USD per hour.
|Length||99.74 ft||30.40 m|
|Wing Span||93.67 ft||28.55 m|
|Height||25.66 ft||7.82 m|
|Bag. Capacity||195 ft³||6 m³|
|Length||46.82 ft||14.27 m|
|Width||8.50 ft||2.59 m|
|Height||6.43 ft||1.96 m|
|Area||2,137 ft³||61 m³|
|Charter Rate||9,200 USD/hour||7,700 EUR/hour|
|IFR Range||7,000 nm||12,964 km|
|Cruise Speed||516 KTAS||955 km/h|
|Certified Ceiling||51,000 ft||15,545 m|
|Rate of Climb||4,000 ft/m||1,219 m/m|
|Takeoff Distance||5,858 ft||1,786 m|
|Landing Distance||3,000 ft||914 m|
|Max Takeoff Weight||99,600 lbs||45,178 kg|
|Max Landing Weight||83,500 lbs||37,875 kg|
|Useful Weight||39,100 lbs||17,735 kg|
|Payload with Full Fuel||1,800 lbs||816 kg|
More about the Gulfstream G650
The Gulfstream G650 project was first launched in 2005, and the concept was first introduced to the public in 2008. Gulfstream executives stated that the G650 would be the largest and fastest business jet on entry to the market. Over the next few years, the design was tested and perfected, and in September of 2012, the G650 received type certification from the Federal Aviation Administration. The Gulfstream G650’s design features many upgrades and improvements, such as its unfettered wing design, featuring a highly efficient airfoil that reduces drag while increasing speed and range capabilities, allowing for both higher cruise speeds and a smoother flight. Amenities featured on this aircraft include a forward or aft galley, forward and aft lavatories, and a flexible cabin design.
Key Features of the Gulfstream G650
The roomy cabin of the G650 measures 46.83 feet in length, reaches 6.42 feet in height, and stretches 8.5 feet in width, allowing for a total cabin volume of 2,138 cubic feet. The cabin of the Gulfstream G650 features both sleeping and seating configurations. For maximum passenger accommodation, the cabin of this private business jet can be arranged to seat as many as nineteen. In a maximum sleeping passenger arrangement, the cabin may be configured to accommodate ten passengers. The baggage compartment allows for 195 cubic feet of luggage storage, providing plenty of room to accommodate your passenger’s needs. Sixteen 28 inches by 20.5 inches Gulfstream signature windows surround the cabin, providing an airy atmosphere that is perfect for business or relaxation.
At a cruising altitude of 41,000 feet, the Gulfstream G650 is capable of maintaining a cabin altitude of just 3,000 feet. In addition to this impressive capability, this private business jet replenishes 100 percent fresh air every two minutes for passenger comfort.
Capabilities of the Gulfstream G650
The Gulfstream G650 is powered by two Rolls-Royce BR725 A1-12 engines. Each engine is rated for 16,900 pounds of takeoff thrust. The range of the G650 spans an impressive 7,000 nautical miles, allowing for many destination options for your business venture. With a maximum certified altitude of 51,000 feet, the G650 is capable of delivering you to your destination while flying above most aviation traffic.
The avionics suite utilized on the G650 is the Gulfstream PlaneView II. Incorporated in this system is a nose mounted IR camera, which is part of Gulfstream’s Enhanced Vision System (EVS), allowing the pilots better visibility of airport conditions and terrain in low visibility conditions. This EVS system can be routed to a heads up display (HUD), allowing the pilot to view data on a transparent screen without looking down at the instruments. The Synthetic Vision system takes three-dimensional color images of terrain, obstacles, and the runway environment by utilizing the instrument readings on the primary flight display (PFD), allowing the pilot to much more easily visualize both potential obstructions and landing approaches. Additionally, Gulfstream outfitted the G650 with a redundant computer controlled fly by wire system. This system provides small adjustment inputs, allowing for a smoother flight and a more enjoyable experience for passengers.
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