If your intracontinental travel calls for minimal flying time, then flying in the Gulfstream G100 is the right choice. With a maximum cruising speed of .84 Mach, the aircraft can easily do nonstop trips from Tokyo to Singapore or from New York to Seattle. While it can comfortably seat 7 passengers, the aircraft has a maximum seating capacity of 9 passengers.
The midsize aircraft has a length of 17.1 feet, a width of 4.8 feet, a height of 5.6 feet, and a 42 cubic ft. baggage capacity. If the Gulfstream G100 does not have an extension fuel tank, then that baggage capacity would increase to 55 cubic ft. Amenities available are an enclosed lavatory, a galley, and power outlets.
The aircraft has a cruising speed of 470 knots and a range of 3,210 nm. Even more impressive is that the Gulfstream G100 can, in 16 minutes, directly climb to 37,000 feet. The avionics are patterned on the Collins Pro Line 5 suite. Included in the jet is a dual flight management system (Global GNS-XES) and other necessary navigation and communication equipment.
While the aircraft is considered midsized, its performance is akin to a private jet with a large cabin. Indeed, it is a worthy addition to any fleet.
Passenger Capacity: Up to 9
Cruising Speed: 470 knots
Range: 3210 nm.
Length: 17.1 ft.
Width: 4.8 ft.
Height: 5.6 ft.
Baggage Capacity: 42 cu.ft.