Gulfstream G450

The Gulfstream G450 is a business jet developed by Gulfstream Aerospace.

Gulfstream G450 – An upgraded version of the Gulfstream IV-SP – the most popular, in due time, business jet in the world. By the time production ended, more than 500 aircraft of this type were produced.

First of all, the aircraft is a completely redesigned and improved version of the basic business jet. It can reach a maximum operating speed of Mach 0.88 and transport a group of eight passengers up to a distance of 8 056 km at a normal cruising speed of Mach 0.80.

In the cockpit, the models feature the latest technology for the company. The technological level of the cockpit PlaneView recognized as the highest in business aviation.

The aircraft’s onboard electronic equipment displays important data on the flight status on LCDs in landscape format with a diagonal size of 14 inches (36 cm). Gulfstream’s advanced vision system, which is included in the basic delivery package, significantly improves situational awareness by providing pilots with clear images of the markings of the runway, taxiway, and surrounding terrain at night or in adverse weather conditions. Gulfstream also offers the Synthetic Vision System on the Main Flight Data Indicator (SV-PFD) as optional equipment to enhance safety.

The aircraft operator can choose one of six interior configuration options. These individual cabin configuration options provide comfortable accommodation for up to 16 passengers and the organization of six berths.


  • 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: 8,056 km
  • Maximum take-off weight: 33.521 t
  • Cruising speed: 850 km / h
  • Wingspan: 23.72 m
  • Length: 27.23 m
  • Height: 7.67 m
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