Gulfstream Field and Airborne Support Teams are designed to ensure a swift, well-coordinated response to aircraft on ground (AOG) situations.
- · Gulfstream G550 S/N 5138
- · Registration: N600J (to be retained by owner)
- · Status As Of: January 19, 2015
- · Total Hours: 4,948
- · Total Landings: 1,444
- · Entry Into Service: July 8, 2007
- · 14 passenger configuration, aft galley, forward crew rest
- · Forward cabin: Two single club chairs opposing a four-place divan
- · Mid cabin: Four single club chairs
- · Aft cabin: Four-place conference group with an opposing right-hand credenza
- · Galley: Aft galley with high-temp oven, microwave oven, and two coffee makers
- · Lavatory: Forward crew vaccuum lavatory, aft passenger vacuum lavatory
- · 17-inch LCD monitor above credenza
- · Six 7-inch personal LCD monitors
- · 17-inch LCD monitor in forward left-hand cabin bulkhead
- · Airshow 4000
- · Honeywell MCS-7000+SATCOM
- · Magnastar C2000 telephone system
- · HD Gulfstream Audio/Video distribution system
- · Three external cameras
Award-Winning Aircraft And Support
Gulfstream aircraft operate worldwide yet never fly beyond the reach of the company’s service network.
With each innovation, Gulfstream enhances its newest aircraft but also extends those advancements to its earlier models, allowing those owners to keep the best of the past while embracing the future.
For more than five decades, Gulfstream has been an industry leader in providing new technology that helps pilots fly longer, faster and safer.