The Gulfstream G550 is one of the premier corporate aircraft in the world. It can fly over 6,000 nautical miles and business leaders across the globe depend upon their Gulfstream G550s to facilitate their work and their schedules. Gulfstream has been working hard for the last several years to expand their business and networks in emerging aviation markets around the world including in Asia and the Middle East. They continue to open new service centers, expand parts availability and support corporate aviation in these markets. Lead-time to buy a new G550 from Gulfstream is over two years and with a price tag in excess of $50,000,000.
I am proud to say that we have just brought a late model low time Gulfstream G550 to market. It is Serial Number 5207 and it is immediately available. This is a 2008 model with 768 hours total time and 275 landings. It has a forward galley, forward and aft lavatories and a beautiful19 passenger interior in like-new condition. The aircraft is equipped with Synthetic Vision and High-Speed Data with a wireless LAN. Avionics include Triple Flight Management Systems and Triple Laseref among an otherwise already highly equipped cockpit. This G550 is based in Los Angeles, CA and it is currently being operated on a Part 135 Charter certificate and used for worldwide operations by the owner. You can see more about this incredible aircraft on our website at http://www.jetsales.com/inventory/GulfstreamG550-SN-5207.html or call us today at +1 303-444-6766 to discuss it further.
There is also a great article in this month’s Business & Commercial Aviation that I would like to point out about “How to Run a Green Flight Operation.” This article presents a lot of smart ideas about how to increase your efficiency, lower your operating costs and minimize your impact on the environment through simple tips that can be implemented in your regular flight operations. It also highlights a study by Gulfstream specifically discussing the “green” operations capable with a Gulfstream G550. You can read it here: http://www.aviationweek.com/aw/generic/story_generic.jsp?channel=bca&id=news/bca0211_p1.xml