Pressurized twin-jet aircraft
Service ceiling: 51,000 feet
Speed: 904 Km/h
Flight: 07:00 hours
Reach: 12.500 Km
Capacity: 2 Pilots + 14 to 19 Passengers
Well-being on Board
The G550 is space efficient with a total cabin length of 15.27 meters (50 feet 1 inch), a width of 2.13 meters (7 feet) and a cabin height of 1.83 meters (6 feet), totaling a cabin volume of 47.26 meters. cubic meters (1,669 cubic feet). One of the most notable features with all Gulfstreams, are the large oval shaped windows. Unique oval windows throughout the cabin make the cabin feel even larger and help boost well-being through an abundance of natural light.
The G550 is powered by two Rolls-Royce BR710 engines mounted at the rear of the fuselage. Each BR710 produces 15,385 lbs. of thrust (30,770 lbs. total), which means the G550 can take off in just 5,910 feet and land in just 2,770 feet.
History of the G550
The term Gulfstream is synonymous with private jet and they are often considered the best of the best. The G550 was introduced in 2003 and more than 600 units have been produced and delivered worldwide. The G550 is produced by Gulfstream at its headquarters in Savannah, Georgia and is based on the Gulfstream V. The original Gulfstream V was produced in the 1990s. Gulfstream has always maintained its image as a pop culture icon.