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Cutaway of Gulfstream corporate jets

Then-Gulfstream president Bill Boisture shocked a sombre and anxious convention of the National Business Aviation Association in 2002, an event that coincided with the one-year anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the USA. It was a time of great uncertainty in the business jet market, yet Gulfstream boldly announced a dramatic shake-up. A company […]

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Flight International 12-18 October: Is business back to normal with biz av?

This week Flightglobal publication Flight International has a preview for next week’s NBAA business aviation convention in Atlanta. Our special scene-setter looks in depth at operators’ experiences with the Embraer Phenom 100.We test Cessna’s latest Citation, the CJ4, analyse the Gulfstream jet family with the help of a cutaway poster, learn how to handle in-flight […]

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Gulfstream G250 First Flight

Gulfstream’s G250, the aircraft built to replace the G200 in service, has performed it’s first flight successfully in Tel Aviv, Israel. The G250, a super midsize cabin, mid-range business jet, took offfrom Ben Gurion International Airport today at 8:16 a.m. local time,reaching an altitude of 32,000 ft and a speed of 0.7 mach. Landing gearwas retracted […]

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Flight International cover 13-19 October: Gulfstream’s new arrival

Gulfstream’s new G250 which rolled out last week is pictured outside the Israel Aerospace Industries Tel Aviv plan where it is built. 

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