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GULFSTREAM V MODEL

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Part# 13-10990
MFR Model# KG GULFSTREAM V MODEL

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The Gulfstream V is known as the worlds first ultra long-range business jet. It is recognized as the safest, most reliable, most comfortable, high-performance, ultra-long range business aircraft in the world. Gulfstream V completes worldwide missions that exceed the capabilities of all other corporate aircraft.

From the unique engine performance and advanced communications capabilities to the cabin that offers maximum passenger comfort and productivity, the Gulfstream V continues the Gulfstream legacy of innovation and quality. It is powered by two Rolls-Royce BR710 turbofan engines, the Gulfstream V’s ability to travel non-stop for 6,500 nautical miles and at speeds up to Mach 0.885 sets The World Standard for world travel. Now in its eighth year of customer service, the Gulfstream V routinely flies non-stop from Aspen to Frankfurt, London to Hong Kong, Beijing to New York, and Moscow to Los Angeles. In February 1998, Gulfstream and the GV Industry Team were awarded the prestigious 1997 Robert J. Collier Trophy by the National Aeronautic Association. To date, there are more than 188 Gulfstream Vs in service worldwide. The Gulfstream V, which has set more than 80 world and national records, ended production with the 193rd aircraft in December 2002 when the production line transitioned to the G500 and G550.

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