Gulfstream announced the G700 flight-test program has made significant progress, surpassing 1,100 hours of flying and completing new company test regimens, all within the program’s first year.
It was back on Feb. 14th, 2020 we were on location at Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport for the first flight of the all-new Gulfstream G700, today it has completed several critical tests, including a high-altitude engine-performance testing at Telluride Regional Airport in Colorado, at an altitude of 9,078 feet.
The G700 features the longest, widest and tallest cabin in the industry with 20 Gulfstream panoramic oval windows and up to five living areas with all new interior differentiators, including an ultra galley with more than 10 feet of counter space and a crew compartment or passenger lounge; the industry’s only ultra-high-definition circadian lighting system; speakerless surround sound; and a master suite with shower.
Powered by Rolls-Royce engines and refined with Gulfstream designed aerodynamics and all-new winglet which all give the G700 range up to 7,500 miles – New York to Bora Bora non-stop for a weekend getaway is a must. Gulfstream.
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