The Gulfstream G200 long-range executive jet boasts of a stand-up cabin with a height of 6.1 feet, a length of 39.3 feet, a width of 7.3 feet, and a 157 cubic ft. baggage capacity. Such dimensions are enormous even on the long-range executive jet class, which the G200 belongs to.
The cabin space comes in various configurations. The aircraft can comfortable accommodate 14 passengers yet it has a maximum seating capacity of 19 passengers. Amenities include an entertainment center, a full-sized lavatory, and a large galley. The Gulfstream 200 has a cruising speed of 480 knots and a range of 3,832 nautical miles. It is also driven by 2 Rolls-Royce Spey Mk 511-8 engines, which are rated at 11,400 pounds of thrust each.
Since the G200’s introduction in 1965, its avionics have come a long way from the electromechanical instrument displays and the analog comm/nav/ident radios. Nowadays, the GII has Sperry SP-50G autopilot and the Honeywell SPZ-800.
The Gulfstream 200 is one of those long-range business jets that soar above the competition. One of the reasons why it performs better is its entirely raw design. The executive jet is highly competitive in its category and offers the basics and luxury amenities in an aircraft for business purposes.