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The Gulfstream G650 cabin is designed to provide maximum comfort, safety and productivity on those 7,000-nautical-mile/12,964-kilometer trips around the world.
Before putting pen to paper, Gulfstream design engineers listened to their fleet operators and incorporated many of their recommendations in the new designs. The length of the fuselage increased by 24 inches/61 centimeters, the width by 14 inches/36 centimeters, and the height by three inches/eight centimeters over the Gulfstream G550. The size of the signature oval windows expanded 16 percent to 28 inches/71 centimeters by 20.5 inches/52 centimeters and the windows were repositioned for maximum viewing pleasure.
For the utmost in personal comfort, the G650 offers one of the lowest cabin altitudes of any business jet–4,100 feet/1,250 meters at the typical cruise altitude of 45,000 feet/13,716 meters–to help reduce fatigue on long-range flights. The new Gulfstream Cabin Essential package incorporates improved onboard lighting with advanced communications and enhanced redundancy of essential cabin systems for absolute reliability.
For enhanced productivity, Gulfstream design engineers increased the length of the cabin living area to improve the seat incline and provide more legroom. The additional cabin width offers wider seats, more aisle space and a conference grouping with three-across seating for meetings or meals accommodating up to six people. The additional space also affords a larger stateroom option that includes a single seat, a divan that berths into a double bed, a large, 26-inch/66 centimeter pop-up LCD monitor and two windows on each side.
The net result is an airy, well-lighted, productive or restful cabin environment spacious enough to accommodate business meetings, small-group discussions or restful contemplation on those essential nonstop journeys to the far corners of the world.
G650 Product Brochure (11 MB)
G650 Cabin Features (4.9 MB)
G650 Ownership Experience (1 MB)
Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of General Dynamics (NYSE: GD), designs, develops, manufactures, markets, services and supports the world's most technologically-advanced business jet aircraft.