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Gulfstream has "established a new sector for the entire sector with the G650," said Steve Cass, Director of Communication, in an Interview at the Paris Air Show 2013. The G650 remains the golden benchmark until then, and it's simple to understand why. G650 is the biggest specially designed privat jets on the scene and has the highest, longest and broadest cab in its category.
Considering its max take-off mass, it can reach 41,000 ft in just 22 min (over adverse conditions and overcrowded airliner routes). It has a cruising distance of more than 8,000 leagues. Two Rolls-Royce power plants give the aircraft a top Mach top velocity. The 925 - almost as fast as noise, and much quicker than commercially available aircraft.
Large dashboard window allows drivers to see the wing tip of the aircraft, which is useful when navigation is on the floor. Having a video surveillance system under the aircraft will help you see what is under the aircraft. Enhanced Vision System can display an infra-red picture of what its vision system sees on the pilot's head-up display.
Pilot also have the Synthetic Vision Primary Flight Display, which uses elevation information to provide a digitized image of the aircraft's environment that can be used in poor visual acuity. The G650 drivers get the sheepskin covering for their seat as part of the kit - it's not only convenient, it's also great for sweating. G650 cab is absolutely luxury.
There is room on the ship for eight people and a four-man team. There is a seperate cabin so that a member of the flight crews can offer private space to the passenger and still be comfy. Purchasers can select from 12 different layouts and customise the look of their aircraft. Les Miserables when we were checking out the plane.
They are much larger than the ones that can be enjoyed in business travel. In the daytime the giant window (16% larger than that of the Gulfstream G550) lets in a great deal of daylight. In addition to the luxurious comforts, the G650's design and engine layout allows the cab to be raised to a higher pressure rating than before.
This results in people feeling at an elevation of 3,000 to 4,000 ft, not about 8,000 ft as with airliners. You' ll have to delay a few more years to get a G650 - and there's no way to interrupt the line. Take a look at a much larger trip now.