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Gulfstream engineers and interior designers had two goals in mind when they began to design the cabin of the G150® business jet into a larger, wider, more comfortable and productive business tool. They sought to create a cabin that would promote productivity while vastly improving passenger comfort at the same time.
Relative to its predecessor, the G100®, the new cabin on the G150 is 16 inches (41 cm) longer, 12 inches (30 cm) wider, and has a reshaped interior cross section to produce a cabin dimension of 5 feet 9 inches (1.75 m) in width by 5 feet 9 inches (1.75 m) in height. They developed three distinct cabin layouts to comfortably accommodate six, seven or eight passengers with an option to include an additional passenger with a belted lavatory.
The G150 cabin is designed to maximize passenger comfort with the best overall environment. The G150 includes the G200®-style windows for more natural lighting and better viewing. Passengers will enjoy the 100 percent fresh air that is infused into the living environment to help inhibit jet lag. By applying the technologies and materials found in our large cabin aircraft, Gulfstream was successful in providing the quietest cabin in its class with unmatched interior quality.
"I would say probably one of the most impressive aspects of the interior for me personally was the storage," says John Morikis, president and chief operating officer of the Sherwin-Williams Company. Sherwin-Williams is a global leader in the manufacture and sale of coatings and related products. "The quietness of the plane was a pleasant surprise for me. I hadn't noticed how much quieter this one was until we started bopping around between different planes and we're all now fighting for this 150. We all like it because of the comfort and just how quiet it is."
Dale Hood, the chief pilot and director of aviation at Sherwin-Williams, agrees. "We've had nothing but positive feedback from passengers regarding the cabin quality and comfort," he says.
It is evident that the G150 development team has created the ideal working environment for creative collaboration at 41,000 feet (12,497 m).
G150 Specifications Sheet (1 MB)
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