Gulfstream G100 Charter Flights
Israeli Aircraft Industries
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Gulfstream G100 Jet Charter
When this luxury model first hit the market in the 1980's, it was known as the Astra created by Israeli Aircraft Industries (IAI). This highly sought after business jet exemplified power and a well thought-out design, making it one of the leading aircraft in the mid-size class in its heyday.
Known today as the Gulfstream G1, the Astra is still regarded as a popular charter choice because it offers the complete package:
- Laid-back Style
- Comfortable Layout
- High Speed
- Long Range
- Numerous Amenities
While the 536 mph cruise speed is impressive in its own right, the G100 offers a range of 3,579, which places it among the category leaders in terms of performance. These two features alone make the G100 a great choice for passengers planning transcontinental trips.
The powerful twin-engines, give this corporate jet 5,250 feet of takeoff distance, which allows it to reach to a greater number of airports than commercial airlines can access. A maximum service ceiling of 45,000 feet, coupled with a clime rate of 3,500 feet per minute, means the G100 also has the ability to soar above worrisome weather systems.
And while the cabin’s interior isn’t the largest in its class, the G100 is capable of accommodating seat six passengers in impeccable comfort. The lengthy 17-foot cabin provides plenty of room to stretch and move around with ease.
When the Astra first entered the civilian aviation market in 1986, it was designated the 1125. The SP model replaced it in 1989, after which it became the SPX in 1994, and the latter version comes equipped with the Rockwell Collins Pro Line 4 avionics system.
Gulfstream G100 Charter Rates (Per hour)
* Pricing is based on aircraft availability and the positioning requirements of the aircraft.
Cabin configurations may vary
9 cu ft
55 cu ft
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