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Gulfstream reveals new G800 test aircraft; announces G400

Gulfstream has unveiled two new business jets, the long-range G800 and the smaller G400.

The two aircraft were introduced during an event from the company’s headquarters in Savannah, Georgia.

Image (c) Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation.

Gulfstream rolled out the first test aircraft of the new G800. The type can seat up to 19 passengers in three or four living areas, and is powered by two Rolls-Royce Pearl 700 engines.

Maximum range for the G800 is 8,000nm (14,800km) at Mach 0.85 or 7,000nm at Mach 0.90. The Pearl 700 combines the Advance-2 engine core, the most efficient core available across the business aviation sector.

Gulfstream says that customer deliveries for the G800 will start sometime in 2023.

Gulfstream also launched the G400 during the event. Gulfstream anticipates deliveries to commence in 2025.

Image (c) Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation.

Powered by two Pratt & Whitney PW812GA engines, the G400 will have a maximum range of 4,200nm at its top speed of Mach 0.85.

Three floorplans will be offered with options to seat nine, 11, or 12 passengers. In the Gulfstream portfolio, the G400 will sit above the G280, which is produced in partnership with Israel Aerospace Industries, and below the G500.

Both aircraft feature the company’s Symmetry flight deck, which includes linked active control sidesticks. In addition, both cockpits feature 10 touch-screen displays.

The G800 also includes Gulfstream’s new Combined Vision System, which improves situational awareness and improves airport access globally.

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