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Gulfstream GIII Private Jet Charter

An improved version of the Gulfstream II, the Gulfstream III provides a greater wing span than the G-II, new drag reducing winglets, increased range, a redesigned nose, and a longer cabin. Servicing 13 passengers, the G-III's cabin stretches well over 40 feet long and offers a full lavatory.

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    Aircraft category

    Large

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    Max passengers

    12

  • Price icon
    Price per hour

    6,200

  • Range icon
    Nautical miles

    4100

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Gulfstream GIII Private Jet Charter Flights and Prices

An improved version of the Gulfstream II, the Gulfstream III provides a greater wing span than the G-II, new drag reducing winglets, increased range, a redesigned nose, and a longer cabin. Servicing 13 passengers, the G-III's cabin stretches well over 40 feet long and offers a full lavatory.

The average hourly rental rate of the Gulfstream GIII is around 6,200 USD per hour.

Aircraft Size

Aircraft size English Metric
Length 83.06 ft 25.32 m
Wing Span 77.82 ft 23.72 m
Height 24.38 ft 7.42 m
Bag. Capacity 155.38 ft³ 4.4 m³

Cabin Size

Cabin size English Metric
Length 41.34 ft 12.6 m
Width 7.34 ft 2.24 m
Height 6.08 ft 1.86 m
Area 1500.86 ft³ 42.5 m³

Aircraft Seats

Layout Seats
Max Seating 12
Typical Seating 12
Pilots 2

Average Prices

Costs USD EUR
Purchase New - -
Purchase Used - -
Hourly rate 6,200 USD/hour 6,200 EUR/hour

Performance Specifications

Performance English Metric
IFR Range 4100 nm 7593 km
Cruise Speed 501 KTAS 928 km/h
Certified Ceiling 45000 ft 13716 m
Rate of Climb 3800 ft/m 1158 m/m
Takeoff Distance 5100 ft 1554 m
Landing Distance 3200 ft 975 m
Max Takeoff Weight 69700 lbs 31615 kg
Max Landing Weight 58500 lbs 26535 kg
Useful Weight 25700 lbs 11657 kg
Payload with Full Fuel 2610 lbs 1184 kg

More about the Gulfstream GIII

In 1967, The Grumman Gulfstream GII was introduced as the first transcontinental-range business jet with a true stand up cabin. A redesign was announced in 1976, but the project was cancelled in May of 1977. However, in 1978, the GIII was announced, featuring upgrades such as a fuselage stretch, a new wing design, and a wrap around windshield.

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Key Features of the Gulfstream GIII

The cabin of the GIII measures 41.3 feet in length, reaches 6.1 feet in height, and stretches 7.3 feet in width, allowing for a total cabin volume of 1,502 cubic feet. The cabin of the GIII is usually set in a corporate layout, capable of accommodating eight to twelve passengers in club combination arrangements; however, as many as nineteen passengers can be accommodated. Amenities incorporated in the GIII include a deluxe refreshment center with a coffee maker and refrigerator and a full sized lavatory. With the new, improved wing design, the GIII features a significant reduction in fuel burn which, when combined with the increased fuel capacity, allows for a vast increase in range without adding wing tip tanks. With a maximum pressure differential of 9.5, the GIII is capable of maintaining a sea level cabin at an altitude of 22,000 feet.

Capabilities of the Gulfstream GIII

The GIII comes equipped with two Rolls-Royce Spey Mk 511-8 tubofan engines. Each engine is rated for 11,400 pounds of thrust and features an inspection interval of 8,000 hours. The GIII requires 5,100 feet of runway to take off at sea level on a standard day. This takeoff distance increases to 7,175 feet of runway at an airport altitude of 5,000 feet and a temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. With four passengers, the GIII needs only 2,600 feet of runway to land. The GIII features a maximum certificated altitude of 45,000 feet and a range of 4,000 nautical miles at .84 Mach with eight passengers on board. In a high-speed cruise configuration, the GIII is capable of maintaining an airspeed of 488 knots at an altitude of 39,000 feet with a fuel flow of 4,016 gallons per hour. For a flight to a further destination, the GIII is capable of maintaining an airspeed of 442 knots at an altitude of 45,000 feet with a fuel flow of 2,712 gallons per hour in a long range cruise configuration.

A typical avionics installation for the GIII is the Rockwell Collins Pro Line 4, and may include systems such as dual Honeywell laser INS, a four tube electronic flight instrument system (EFIS), dual TDR 94 transponders, the Sperry SPZ 800 flight director system, triple Collins VHF 20 comms, dual Collins VIR 31 navs, a Sperry Primus 800 color weather radar, dual ADF, Global GNS 1000 FMS, and a Collins HF 628 high frequency comm. An upgrade to the Pro Line 4, the Pro Line 21, includes a number of additional systems and products that offer opportunities to improve the operational efficiency of the aircraft.