The Gulfstream III is a reliable jet that boasts of excellent performance capabilities. With maximum reserves and fuel, the aircraft has a range of 4,102 statute miles and it can fly 3,330 miles nonstop when flying at its maximum cruise speed of 488 knots. The cabin is rated to 9.5 psi which means the plane can keep a seal level cabin to a 22,100-feet altitude.
The Gulfstream III cabin, which can hold up to 19 passengers, has a length of 41.3 feet, a width of 7.3 feet, a height of 6.1 feet, and a baggage capacity of 157 cubic ft. Amenities include a galley with a coffee maker, refrigerator, and food preparation equipment.
The cockpit is roomy as well and pilots would love its avionics system. Standard equipment include 3 Honeywell laser gyros, Global GNS 1000 FMS, a Sperry SPZ800 flight director system, a Sperry Primus 800 cold weather radar, and all the needed situation awareness and communication equipment.
Aside from having above-average performance, the vital functions of the Gulfstream III have at least a backup system. The jet has 4 boost pumps for the fuel system, even if just one boost pump is needed when flying at the highest altitude.
Passenger Capacity: Up to 19
Cruising Speed: 488 kts
Range: 4102 st.m.
Length: 41.3 ft.
Width: 7.3 ft.
Height: 6.1 ft.
Baggage Capacity: 157 cu.ft.