The Gulfstream 500 (or Gulfstream V) was the first contender in the ultra-long-range private jet category. It is capable of flying anywhere in the world: nonstop flights from Denver to Beijing or from New Zealand to San Francisco.
The Gulfstream G550, an ultra-long range, intercontinental jet, is the vastly improved iteration of Gulfstream’s well-known GV. It can fly faster, farther, simpler and with more room than its counterpart.
The Gulfstream G650 is a ultra-large-cabin, ultra-high speed business jet and the jewel of the Gulfstream fleet. It was developed to offer flyers more cabin space, longer range and more cruise speed. With the maximum specified speed of 704 mph and a nonstop range of 7,000 nautical miles, the Gulfstream G650 can fly faster and farther than any traditional business aircraft in its class.
Never has there been as advanced a business jet as the Dassault Falcon 7X. Utilizing fighter jet technology, the 7X features ‘fly-by-wire’ functions, three engines, has a range of 5,950 nautical miles (6,847 miles) and a maximum altitude of 51,000 feet, higher than most commercial airliners. Make your long-range trip safe, comfortable, and unforgettable.
Originally known as the Global XRS to emphasize its superior range, the business jet was renamed in 2011 to be more consistent with other jets in the Global family. The Global 6000 entered service officially in late 2005 and was an all-around improvement over its predecessor, the previously mentioned Global Express. The most notable attributes of the Global 6000 are its incredibly impressive range and spacious cabin. In fact, Bombardier has proudly stated that this aircraft has the largest cabin in its class. The cabin can be divided into three areas for increased privacy and the another great feature of the Global 6000 is that it has one of the quietest cabins in the industry.