Gulfstream G400

The Gulfstream G400 (also known as the G-IV Gulfstream GIV or GIV) was based on the popular Gulfstream III aircraft. Operators say these are among the most reliable business airplanes in their fleets and that Gulfstream's product support is top-notch.

The Gulfstream G400 is one of the industries most successful large-cabin jets ever built. The wings were redesigned to increase aerodynamics, and the fuselage was stretched to increase the flight range. Adding 1,400 pounds of takeoff weight, the G400 can carry that many more people and or bags to your destination, all with the confidence and security of the knowing Gulfstream has made it right. 

Also, the ability to land with 7,500 pounds more weight opens up more airports that might make the mission doable on that particular trip, instead of having to land somewhere else for fuel. By being able to tanker more fuel, the word "flexible" is added into the aircraft's mission profile. Typically equipped, they can carry ten passengers with full fuel. They can fly 4,000-plus nm at 533 knots and land with 200 nm NBAA IFR reserves.

Production of the Gulfstream G400 ended in 2006, with a total of 23 aircraft being built.Disclaimer: Information on this site may not be accurate or current and is not valid for flight planning or any other aircraft operations. No warranty of fitness for any purpose is made or implied. Flight planning or any other aircraft operations should only be done using official technical information provided by the manufacturer or FAA.

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