This outstanding aircraft is based in Tulsa, OK and may be viewed by appointment.
Computer Maintenance Tracking Program: CMP.net™
Inspection Program: Jet Linx Aviation Approved Aircraft Inspection Program (MSG-3 / SB 200-05-280)
1A/1C/2C Inspections c/w 11/14/16 @ 3,498.9 hours
2A/3A/6A Inspections c/w 09/30/14 @ 2,899.1 hours
3C/4C/6C/12C Inspections c/w 04/23/15 @ 3,043.2 hours
Landing Gear Detailed Inspection c/w 09/10/14 @2,899.1 hours, next due 09/30/18 or 3,899.1 hours
Galaxy-49-030 – Installation of Auxiliary Power Unit
STC #ST01512LA-D – Install EGPWS -218-218 w/Runway Awareness Advisory System (RAAS)
SB 200-05-280 – Transition from existing MSG-3 Revision 2 Maintenance Inspection Program to MSG-3 Revision 2003.1 Maintenance Inspection Program
SB 200-21-378 – Cabin Pressurization Controller Replacement
Honeywell SB 115130-21-109 – ECS Controller Upgrade/Retrofit (Cabin Temp. Control)
SB 200-27-298 – Improved Rudder Trim Actuator & Flexible Shafts Installation
SB 200-55-413R1 – Stabilizers – Horizontal / Vertical Stabilizers Attachment Fittings Inspection for Migrating Bushings and Repair
MOD’s 5037/7164/10050/10051/10052 – Provisions for 57 Parameter FDR
MOD 7013 – Logo Lights Installation
MOD 7021 – Precise Flight Pulselite® System
MOD 7027 – Pylon Light Installation
MOD 7094 – RVSM Capability
MOD 7166 – Increased Takeoff & Landing Weight (35,600 lbs. Ramp Weight)
MOD 7253 – Installation of 115 Cu. Ft. Oxygen Bottle
MOD 11466 – Medeco Locks Implementation for Aircraft Doors
Passenger Seating: Nine (9) Passenger Seats All Approved for Use during Taxi, Takeoff and Landing
This Gulfstream G200’s fire blocked interior features a two section main cabin, a forward galley, an aft lavatory, and an externally accessible baggage compartment. The main entrance opens up to a right-hand galley and a left-hand coat closet.
The cabin consists of nine passenger seats all belted for taxi, takeoff and landing. The forward cabin features four single seats in a club configuration, while the aft cabin consists of two right-hand single club seats opposite a three-place berthing divan. The forward cabin’s right-hand forward-facing seat is designated as the VIP seat.
Folding, stowing executive tables are located at each two-place club seating area. A large coat closet is installed on the left-hand side of the forward cabin, just aft of the main entrance door, the divan features forward and aft end storage cabinets, and there is a storage closet in the aft lavatory adjacent to the vanity.
The cabin windows feature pleated window shades, several 110VAC 60Hz electric outlets are installed throughout the interior, and a therapeutic oxygen port is located near the VIP seat. A stowing acoustical curtain is provided to close out the main entrance during flight, the cockpit features a night curtain, and pocket door provides privacy between the aft cabin and lavatory.
The cabin entertainment system includes Airshow 400 with cockpit briefing controller, a DVD/CD player, a 5-disc CD player, a Sony Playstation®, a cabin audio system, a 14″ LCD monitor in the aft left-hand cabin bulkhead, and five (5) Rosen articulating LCD monitors with receptacles located at five of the six single seats. The VIP seat’s passenger control unit features enhanced controls including cabin temperature and additional entertainment controls.
An ICG CIS-100 Core Iridium Satellite Telecommunications System provides crew and passengers voice calling via three handsets located in the cockpit and cabin.
All interior woodwork and cabinetry is finished in Carl Booth “Birdseye Maple” gloss veneer, the galley and lavatory countertop surfaces are finished in “Spanish Paprika Mist” Formica, and most cabin exposed functional and decorative metal surfaces are plated in “24K Polished Gold”. Medium-brown patterned carpeting is installed in the main cabin and lavatory areas, and the galley features “Tan” Loncoin vinyl flooring.
The headliner, PSU, and window reveal panels are all covered in cream-colored fabrics. The window shades are finished in “Desert Sands” fabric, and the lower sidewalls are covered in “Champagne / Platinum” textured fabric. All cabin single seats and the lavatory seat are finished in Townsend “Dark Tan” leather, and the divan is covered in a light tan and cream-colored textured fabric.
In September, 2014, Gulfstream – Dallas recovered the entryway and cabin headliners, cabin PSU panels, divan, and the divan seat belts were re-webbed.
The galley is equipped with a TIA Wavejet® microwave oven, dual hot liquid dispensers and drain, a large divided ice bin, a trash bin, and several storage compartments for beverages, catering, dining and serving ware, condiments and snacks. The upper galley contains the master cabin management and entertainment control panel and main audio/video equipment.
The lavatory has an externally serviced, inboard-facing electric flushing toilet and adjacent mirrored vanity with sink, faucet and toiletry storage.
The externally-accessible pressurized baggage compartment features an optional pylon light, coat rod, shelving, and an access door with built-in stairs.
The aircraft is painted in overall “NetJet White” with “Regimental Green” and “Zepher Orange” stripes.