Private Jet to Vegas - Ultimate Luxury - Challenger 300
Apologies for the shaky video - I was using a brand new Sony RX100iv camera and wasn't aware that in 4k mode it would give me such terrible rolling shutter. Lesson learned. Guess I'll have to book another private jet flight to take a better video!
The G650 – Speed and grace paired with style and comfort.
Enjoy The World Standard™ at its best.
Innovation and excellence have taken flight in the Gulfstream G650.
Gulfstream engineers partnered with a customer advisory board to envision an aircraft that would set a new standard in business travel. Working from that input, engineers rejected the status quo with a clean-sheet design. They pushed for more performance in every aspect. With the G650’s long, unfettered wing, they redefined how air flows over an aircraft wing, creating a highly efficient airfoil that delivers speed and an incredibly smooth ride.
What Gulfstream delivers in the G650 is a jet that flies at more than 92 percent of the speed of sound for thousands of miles with fly-by-wire precision. That same design innovation created a quieter, roomier, more adaptable cabin teeming with advanced technology.
Gulfstream is respected internationally for engineering and designing technologically advanced aircraft and systems that consistently redefine business aviation. Expect that standard to continue.
Gulfstream’s Research and Development campus in Savannah, Georgia, is a shared base for more than 1,500 employees who develop and test next-generation aviation concepts in laboratories and offices totaling more than 500,000 square feet/46,452 square meters.
In the manufacturing facility for the Gulfstream G650, state-of-the-art computerized machining dovetails with an assembly process engineered for maximum efficiency. As part of the development of the G650, Gulfstream expanded its use of composites and advanced bonding techniques, creating a structure that is lighter, more durable and helps increase fuel efficiency and reduce carbon dioxide emissions.
Partnering with the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Gulfstream developed and patented the Quiet Spike, a nose-mounted telescoping spike designed to suppress the effects of sonic boom in supersonic flight. It’s a long-range research investment that promises Gulfstream will remain at the forefront of aviation innovation for years to come.