Gulfstream G450 Charter Flights
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Gulfstream G450 Charter Flight Information
With a maximum range of 4,350 nautical miles and the ability to carry 14 passengers in exceptional comfort, a Gulfstream G450 jet charter is all about connecting continents. When business demands your presence in major centers around the globe, this heavy jet is the ideal transportation solution. While the G450 can seat up to 19 passengers, it’s much more comfortable when configured in its typical arrangement for 14. It features a true stand-up cabin interior measuring six feet, two inches tall, and seven feet, four inches wide. This is a godsend for longer flights, as passengers have the freedom to stretch out and move around. The G450 boasts an impressive long-range cruise speed of Mach .80 (528mph) and a high cruise speed of Mach .85 (562mph). This ensures travelers reach their chosen destination quickly and efficiently. Compared to other heavy jets, the G450 is no slouch on the runway. It needs 5,600 feet for takeoffs, and just 2,663 feet for landings. Once airborne, this aircraft climbs rapidly to a maximum service ceiling of 45,000 feet. At this altitude, passengers will experience a smooth, comfortable journey that’s well above any weather patterns, while also avoiding commercial air traffic.
The Gulfstream G450 jet charter is designed with passenger comfort and convenience in mind. Features such as forward and aft lavatories, precise cabin temperature control, as well as Gulfstream’s signature oval windows, which permit plenty of natural lighting, enhance the experience of all aboard. This charter plane also comes equipped with the in-cabin amenities that all discerning travelers have come to expect, including:
- Wireless Internet
- Universal power outlets on every seat
- DVD player and monitors
These aircraft are equipped with full-service galleys (either forward or aft), as well as 169 cubic feet of storage space. As a reference, that’s enough for:
- Eight suitcases
- Two sets of golf clubs
- Eight carry-on-sized luggage items
The Gulfstream G450 jet charter first entered service in 2005 and is a newer variant of the original Gulfstream IV, which began production in 1985. Among its upgrades were:
- Stretched fuselage (by 12 inches)
- Main entry door relocated aft
- Improved Rolls-Royce Tay 611 engines
- Improved aerodynamics
The result was a charter jet that could fly further with a greater payload. Many also use advanced Honeywell flight decks for improved pilot control. In total, Gulfstream produced 365 G450s before the Wichita-based company ceased production in 2018.
Gulfstream G450 Charter Rates (Per hour)
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