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Gulfstream Progresses Toward G700 Market-entry with SAF

The 7,500-nm Gulfstream G700 has racked up a number of city-pair records and is checking off tests predominantly using SAF.
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Gulfstream on Schedule for First G700 Delivery Next Year

Executives at Gulfstream Aerospace tout “spectacular” sales of the ultra-long-range model, with all G700 delivery slots booked till 2025.
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Gulfstream G700 Sets Intl. City-pair Speed Records

The first production Gulfstream G700 set the ultra-long-range model’s first-ever city-pair speed records on flights to the Middle East and Europe.
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Demo Tour Brings G700 to Launch Customer Qatar Exec

Qatar Executive welcomed its first Gulfstream G700 to the state of Qatar this weekend as part of a special demonstration flight.
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Deliveries Lag But Orders Surge in 2Q for Gulfstream

Gulfstream had a book-to-bill ratio of 2.1:1 in the second quarter even though unit shipments dropped to 21.
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Gulfstream Further Lowers G700 Cabin Altitude

Lowered from the original target of 3,290 ft, the Gulfstream G700 cabin altitude change comes as the aircraft approaches service entry next year.
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New Aircraft Programs Aim for Improving Market

New aircraft from Dassault, Gulfstream, and Textron Aviation should be ready by the time the business aviation market takes off again.
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Outfitted Gulfstream G700 Joins Flight-test Program

The sixth and final test aircraft in Gulfstream’s G700 program made its first flight yesterday.
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Gulfstream G700 Program Reaches 1,100-hour Mark

Gulfstream's new flagship G700 remains on track for market entry in late 2022 with certification flight trials anticipated later this year.
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Gulfstream Zooms Along on G700 Flight-test Milestones

The Gulfstream G700 has completed most of the required tests for certification and now is conducting avionics trials.
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