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The world' s quickest privately owned jet, the Gulfstream G650, can be chartered in Europe for the first a year.
For the first European rental, the worlds quickest jet is available and offers the best luxurious cruises. Vacationers with the necessary budgets can take a Gulfstream G650 ticket for a breathtaking 99,000 pounds roundtrip from London to Dubai.
Available for only 40 million to date, there are only 40 G650' s in the whole wide range - with a three-year waitinglist of 160 people. As soon as you are on the plane, the flights will be customized so that your passengers can inquire about their preferences for food and drink on the plane - and even take your pet with them.
PrivatFly offers the jet for hire at a price of 99,000 for a two days trip back from London to Dubai. Adam Twidell, CEO of Gulfstream G650PrivateFly, said: "The G650 has met with tremendous interest and is the definitive icon of our company's V.I.P. rating, with some very prominent shoppers awaiting ownership.
And there are only four more charters stationed abroad, among them Peter Jackson's - who is also available for rent - located in Wellington, New Zealand. Today, the vast majority of jet owners decide to rent rather than buy.
Both of these manufacturers of luxurious jet aircrafts are driving it out to serve aviation overpowerance.
Both of these manufacturers of luxurious jet aircrafts are driving it out to serve aviation overpowerance. Following a 10-year hiatus, Gulfstream, part of General Dynamics (NYSE:GD)'s aviation and space operations, outperformed the corporate jet market in 2013, generating 16% more revenues thanombardier ( NASDAQOTH:BDRAF). While Gulfstream has prevailed in the large corporate jet market, it has been a big hit in the last ten years with its better blend of products and good visibility in all segments - small, mid and large.
They dominate the jet sector and, according to Forbes, together they have the capacity to own more than 66% of the overall commercial jet fleet in a single year. Bombardier's 2013 sales were one billion US dollar lower than Gulfstream's, despite a 25% increase in shipments. Gulfstream's overall shipments were 53% higher than in the prior year and included 121 large jet aircraft and 23 medium-sized 150 and 280 series.
By comparison, Bombardier sold only one more aircraft than in prior years, as the downturn in the small jet market resulted in a decline in Learjet deliveries. There were 62 hosted globals, 86allengers and 29 Learjets. Gulfstream last beat Bombardier was in 2004, when it recorded sales of $3 billion against $2.6 billion for Bombardier.
Increased shipments resulted in Gulfstream's overall corporate aircraft penetration increasing from 14% in 2012 to 21.2% in 2013, while Bombardier's penetration remaining stable at 26.5%. Gulfstream's overtaking of Bombardier was mainly due to the fact that 84% of Gulfstream's shipments came from large, costly jet aircraft, compared to 34.5% from Bombardier.
Big jet aircraft achieve higher sales price and usually raise sales. Although Bombardier in 2013 auctioned eight more large planes than in 2012, the growth was not enough to outperform Gulfstream, which did a good job with its new G650 jet. G650 commercial jet went into operation in December 2012 and the delivery of 42 aircraft took place in 2013.
There has been strong growth in large corporate jet aircraft even in a post-recession climate, and Gulfstream has enchanted the wealthy with the construction of a cleaner, more pioneering jet. The G650 has become the world''s quickest luxurious jet with a price of 65 million dollars for a decal, a cruising distance of 7,000 nm and a Mach 0 cruise. 925 has captured the imagination of the great and powerful.
Gulfstream's G150 and G280 mid-size jet aircraft also offer stunning performances. By 2013 their shipments had more than doubled from 11 in 2012 to 23. With the G280, Gulfstream launches a medium-size midrange super-jet with the aim of recovering the respective markets. As Bombardier dropped the top position last year, Annie Cossette, the company's spokeswoman, commented: "We continue to expect the top position to be within easy short and long range.
" However, this could be a challenging assignment, as industrial shipments of large jet liners in the second trimester of 2014 were 8% higher than the record levels to date, and the Gulfstream G650, together with Dersault's Falcon 2000, was once again in service. Bombardier supplied 77 corporate aircraft and generated revenue of $3.9 billion, while Bombardier supplied 81 corporate aircraft for $3.1 billion.
While Gulfstream does not breakdown its supplies into single model jets, the overall number of large jets, the G450, G550 and G650 included, was 59 in the first six month of 2014 - three more than in the previous year. Shipments of G150 and G280 mid-size jets increased by eight to 18 compared with the previous year.
Bombardier again shipped 36 large planes in the first half of 2014, up from 31 in the same quarter last year. Shipments of medium-sized Challenger aircraft dropped by nine to 37 aircraft when the Challenger 300 was converted to the new Challenger 350, and shipments of small Learjets rose by one to eight.
Bombardier plans to introduce its new Global 7000 and 8000 aircraft for the G650, while the new aircraft will not be in operation until 2016 and 2017. "The Gulfstream has a five-year lead over Bombardier's Global 7000, which will not be launched until 2017. Now David and Tom have unveiled what they think are the ten best shares an investor can buy at the moment...and Bombardier was not one of them!