Trips With Charter Jets

May 31, 2009

Charter a Gulfstream – A Must Read

Filed under: Uncategorized — Leon @ 5:15 am

If you are thinking about chartering a jet then you should charter a Gulfstream. There is a new member in the private jet class of Gulfstream and it is the Gulfstream G650. It is a very beautiful jet and has a very large cabin, which is described by Gulfstream as ultra-long range.

Those who wish to charter a Gulfstream should charter the G650 because it is the best choice for traveling long distances. It can travel at the speed of 0.85 Mach for a distance of 7000 nautical miles or 0.90 Mach for a distance of 5000 nautical miles. This is why it is the fastest as well the farthest flying jet produced by Gulfstream.

Poor weather conditions as well airline congestion is not a problem for G650 and the jet can climb to 51,000 feet, avoiding even the highest storm tops. The business jet can fly at the maximum speed of 0.925 Mach, which makes G650 the one of the fastest of all the civil aircraft which are in existence. Thus those who wish to charter a Gulfstream would be wise in choosing the G650.

Gulfstream is known to produce jets with a high priority towards safety as well luxury. The cabin of G650 is 77 inches tall and 102 inches wide. This makes it the largest of all the business-jet cabins in the industry. This allows for a comfortable seating, lavatories and storage, etc.

So if you wish to charter a Gulfstream, you know that you have to look for the Gulfstream G650 as it can answer to all your flying needs.

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