Gulfstream introduced the G350 at the Asian Aerospace show in Singapore on February 23 and confirmed that the model would supersede the G300, as reported last month in AIN. The new Gulfstream model, slated to be certified by year-end and enter service in the fall next year, will be a shorter-range and less expensive airplane (3,800 nm and $27.5 million, respectively) than the G450. The PlaneView avionics suite will be standard in the G350, with head-up display, visual guidance and enhanced vision systems available as options.
Gulfstream 350 to enter service in 2005
- March 16, 2007, 9:18 AM