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GulfStream GV Private Jet Charter Flight Information
Gulfstream V Private Jet Charters
Anytime you have a business jet that wins the coveted Robert J. Collier Trophy, you know you’re onto a good thing. And that’s exactly what happened when the Gulfstream V entered service in 1997. This distinguished honor recognizes advancements in design and manufacturing techniques in the aviation industry, of which the V has plenty. For starters, the Gulfstream V (formally the GV) enjoys impeccable pedigree. It is the bigger, longer-legged successor to the GIV, which was a massively successful private jet charter in its own right. It also represents Gulfstream’s first foray in the ultra-long-range jet market. This is a very exclusive and highly competitive segment in business aviation, and the Gulfstream V more than holds its own.
It boasts a maximum range of 6,500 nautical miles, which is enough to fly nonstop from:
- New York to Tokyo
- Chicago to Rome
- Los Angelesto Sydney
- New Zealand to San Francisco
And it does it at exceptionally quick speeds. The V flies at a high cruise speed of 561 mph and is certified to soar a service ceiling of 51,000 feet. However, its standard cruise speed is 528 mph. With a climb rate of 2,055 feet-per-minute, it reaches 37,000 feet in less than 20 minutes. Another advantage of the Gulfstream V is its payload capacity. It has the ability to fly more than 5,400 nm with a maximum payload of 6,100 pounds. These high-end performance characteristics are due in large part to the V’s powerful Rolls-Royce BR700-710A1-10 twin turbofan engines. These represented a significant upgrade over the Rolls-Royce Tay engines used in the GIV. Furthermore, engineers designed the V have increased horizontal tail area and larger wingspan. As a result, it benefited from increased:
- Top air speed
- Maximum takeoff and landing weights
Gulfstream produced more than 190 GVs between 1997 and 2002. The Gulfstream 500 eventually superseded it, and is still in production today. They were a popular transport aircraft of the American military, and were often chosen to fly defense department officials to high-level engagements across the globe.
World-class Cabin Comfort
In terms of comfort, this private jet charter provides the ultimate in convenience and luxury for the most demanding world travelers. In its standard configuration, the GV carries up to 14 business or leisure travelers in total luxury. While in flight, executives enjoy ample space and a whisper-like quiet cabin environment to:
- Conduct private business meetings
- Work on projects
- Relax during the flight
Fully refined and outfitted with latest safety and comfort technologies, the Gulfstream GV takes luxury flight to new levels. Its spacious cabin measures 1,669 cubic feet:
- 50 feet long
- 3 feet wide
- 17 feet tall
Additionally, it comes with 226 cubic feet of storage space for luggage and equipment. Better yet, it can be accessed while inflight. The fully equipped galley in the V allows multiple dining options for long-haul flights. And the cabin itself comes equipped with a range of business and entertainment technologies, including:
- Power outlets
- Fold-down work stations
- Satellite TV
- Individual entertainment screens
- Multiple phone receivers
For added convenience, there are separate lavatories for crew and passengers.
GulfStream GV Charter Rates (Per hour)
• One-way $16,536 - $19,110
• Round-trip $15,350 - $17,668
* Pricing is based on aircraft availability and the positioning requirements of the aircraft.
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