Description of Gulfstream G650
Charter the Gulfstream G650 with AEROAFFAIRES
- Aircraft: Gulfstream G650
- Size: Long-range jet
- Seats: 13 seats
- Range: 13,890 km
- Manufacturer: Gulfstream
- Engines: Twin engines
- Crew: 2 pilots + 1 flight attendant
- Speed: 975 km/h
About the Gulfstream G650
The Gulfstream G650 is the US manufacturer’s flagship model. It is currently the largest and fastest private jet in the Gulfstream Aerospace range. Marketed since 2015, it is often considered the most luxurious private jet. It is also a benchmark in terms of speed and range. Choosing a Gulfstream G650 means a quieter, smoother journey with all the luxury of high-end business aviation. Its cabin can accommodate up to 13 passengers in a space that can be arranged into three ultra-comfortable areas.
The G650 is an aircraft made for the most demanding passengers. It is equipped with ultra-powerful Rolls-Royce engines and a unique wing design to ensure a smooth ride. In addition, Gulfstream’s engineers have also thought about safety. The Planeview II™ cockpit is equipped with the SV-PDF synthetic vision system, RDR-4000 weather radar, EGPWS ground proximity warning and RAAS rollover protection system.
But the Gulfstream is not just fast and very safe. Special attention has been paid to the cabin design. Longer, wider and higher than any other cabin in its class, the G650 offers comfortable seating for up to 18 people. It is also possible to customise the cabin to meet the specific needs of each passenger.
With AEROAFFAIRES, flexibility is guaranteed
Not only do you save time and money when you charter a Gulfstream G650 with AEROAFFAIRES, you also have a range of options and perks guaranteeing you the ultimate flying experience. For example, you can customise the aircraft for your group flight, and choose onboard catering to suit your requirements. You even have the possibility of adding decor with your unique branding.
Renting a plane for a group flight or luxury business travel allows direct flights to all types of airports, including small regional airports as close as possible to a destination. This means you avoid all the delays and waiting associated with commercial aviation.