Gulfstream G650

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The Gulfstream G650 was certificated by the FAA in September 2012 and by EASA in December of that year, following a delayed test programme.

It was formally launched as an internal company project in May 2005, and publically unveiled on March 13, 2008.

In September 2010 Gulfstream announced that a G650 had achieved Mach 0.995 as part of its flight-test program, confirming it as the fastest civilian jet in the world. That record was broken in 2013 by Cessna. In May 2014 the extended range (ER) variant was launched.

Variable cost hr $4,843
Cabin height 2.0m
Cabin width 2.6m
Cabin length 14.3m
Baggage vol. int. 195 cu ft
Seats - executive 18
Range - seats full 6,520nm
Max. range 7,130nm
Max. cruise speed 516kts
Engines 2
Engine model BR 725 A1-12