Gulfstream G350

The Gulfstream G350 is a business jet developed by Gulfstream Aerospace.

The Gulfstream G350 has the same interior as the Gulfstream G450. Both aircraft are modern upgrades to the Gulfstream IV-SP. At the same time, it is less expensive, since it is designed to fly with a lower maximum take-off weight and less fuel. Accordingly, it is inferior in range to its “older brother” about 1000 kilometers. Nevertheless, the flight range remains significant – up to 7000 km, thanks to improved aerodynamics and materials.

The aircraft is powered by Rolls-Royce Tay Mk 611-8C streamlined, economical engines with a digital engine control system (FADEC) that increases reliability and efficiency. With these engines, the Gulfstream 350 gains an altitude of 12,500 m in just 20 minutes. The oversized fan and reinforced turbine also improve fuel efficiency. Also, the aircraft is equipped with a quiet auxiliary installation capable of operating at high altitudes.

The flight information display is located at the top of the cockpit glass. With powerful engines, the aircraft can land in a relatively short lane, and when taking off, 1539 meters are enough. The aircraft is equipped with a quiet auxiliary power unit capable of operating at high altitudes.

The cabin is spacious and long. The height allows even a tall passenger to stand at full height. The aircraft is certified for transportation of 19 people, but the standard passenger capacity is 12-16 people. The cabin has a spacious kitchen area located in the bow or tail of the aircraft, and unlike the Gulfstream G450, there is only one bathroom located in the tail of the cabin. Following is the luggage compartment available during the flight. The interior is divided into three temperature zones of comfort, the microclimate of which is regulated separately. Each pair of chairs located opposite is transformed into a berth. In-flight, passengers are available: satellite phone, DVD player, CD player, high-speed Internet access, LCD monitors, and Airshow system.

Implementation of short take-off and landing requirements in the G350 allows you to use the aircraft from most airports around the world.


  • Type: Business Jet
  • Powerplant: two twin-circuit turbojet engines Rolls-Royce Tay Mk 611-8C at 6,281 kgs each
  • Maximum number of passengers: 19 people
  • Practical ceiling: 13,715 m
  • Flight range: 7,038 km
  • Maximum take-off weight: 32,160 t
  • Cruising speed: 850 km / h
  • Wingspan: 23.72 m
  • Length: 27.23 m
  • Height: 7.67 m
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