The midrange Gulfstream G300 is driven by two Rolls-Royce Tay engines. It can comfortably accommodate up to 14 passengers as its cabin has a length of 45.1 feet, a width of 7.3 feet, a height of 6.2 feet, and a generous baggage capacity of 169 cubic ft. The powerful engines can also log a cruising speed of 404 knots and the aircraft also has a maximum range of 4,405 statute miles. It can also reach a maximum altitude of 45,000 ft.
The Gulfstream G300 offers more-than-generous space and enables passengers to maximize their productivity while in flight. Moreover, the cabin’s 100% fresh air system and 12 large windows promise a comfortable environment in which to relax or work.
However, the G300 is more of an economical version of an even bigger business-class jet. The G300 is based on the Gulfstream IV, but the former has a more reduced price, fuel capacity, and weight. An advantage of the G300 is that it requires a small take-off distance; thus, giving access to airports that have minimal runways that are normally closed to jets in the same category.
Nevertheless, the Gulfstream G300 is quite fast and it doesn’t disappoint when it comes to comfort and luxury in private aviation.
Passenger Capacity: Up to 14
Cruising Speed: 404 kts.
Range: 4405 st.m.
Length: 45.1 ft.
Width: 7.3 ft.
Height: 6.2 ft.
Baggage Capacity: 169 cu.ft.