Gulfstream G200 Is a Top Competitor in the Super-Midsize Category
It’s not every day that an early-generation private jet turns out to be a huge success, but the Gulfstream G200 is an exception. According to Gulfstream, it first entered into service in 2001 as a super-midsize aircraft and has enjoyed incredible popularity ever since.
A few facts from Gulfstream to consider:
- The Gulfstream G200 climbs to an altitude of 37,000 feet in just 19 minutes.
- Ideal for long-haul transcontinental or transoceanic flights, the G200 has a range of 3,400 nautical miles and a cruising speed of 540 mph.
- The cabin is 24.4 feet long by 7.2 feet wide with 6.3 feet of standing headroom.
- Power outlets are available for each of up to nine passengers.
- In the external compartment, 125 cubic feet of baggage is available — the largest in its class.
Plus, the Gulfstream G200 is unique in its ability to maintain a cool cabin. The air in the temperature control system continuously provides fresh air to the passenger cabin, instead of recirculated air.
The forward galley features a microwave, coffeemaker, sink, and ice drawer. The rear lavatory has a solid sliding door, vanity with storage, sink, and running water.
In short, the Gulfstream G200 has everything that could be desired from a private jet: terrific range, delightful cabin size, and a comfortable ride.