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Gulfstream G800 Specifications

The Gulfstream G800 is newest ultralong range large cabin class business jet with an expected deliveries starting in 2023. Announced on October 4th, 2021 during an online virtual event. While slightly smaller then that of the Gulfstream G700, the Gulfstream G800 is designed for range and comfort, with 4 living sections in its 46 foot 10 inch long cabin (10 feet shorter then the G700). The cabin of the G800 features 16 of Gulfstream’s signature panoramic windows, helping to fill the cabin with natural light. The cabin of the Gulfstream G800 will still provide seating for up to 19 passengers (depending on configuration), while also providing Gulfstream’s low cabin altitude (less than 3,000 ft while flying at 41,000 ft) and 100% fresh air cabin. Powered by two Rolls Royce Pearl 700 engines producing 18,250 lbf each, allows the G800 is expected to carry 8 passengers an NBAA IFR range of 8,000 nm with a max cruise speed of 516 ktas. The G800 is operated by a crew of three to four, and features the Symmetry Flight Deck, with active side stick controls, HUD with synthetic vision, and many more new technological advances also found on the G700 flight deck.

Gulfstream G800 – Specifications

NBAA 4 or 8* Pax IFR Range 8,000 nm*
Max Cruise Speed (ktas) 516
Long Range Cruise (ktas) 488
Max Payload (lbs) 6,200
Takeoff Distance (SL, ISA, MTOW) 6,000 ft
Service Ceiling (ft) 51,000
Powerplant RR Pearl 700 x 2
Thrust per engine (lbf) 18,250
Avionics Symmetry
Est Cost Per Hour TBD
Passengers + Crew 19+3

Gulfstream G800 – Dimensions

Cabin Length (excluding baggage) 46 ft 10 in
Cabin Width 8 ft 2 in
Cabin Height 6 ft 3 in
Aircraft Length 99 ft 9 in
Wingspan 103 ft
Aircraft Height 25 ft 6 in
Internal Baggage 195 cu ft

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