No Gulfstream G-300 Are Currently On-Market.
|Passenger Capacity||8 to 13|
|Baggage Capacity||169 ft3|
|Cabin width||7' 3"|
|Cabin Length||45' 1"|
|Cabin Height||6' 2"|
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Sharing the same fuselage and wing design with the Gulfstream GIV, the G300 private jet was introduced in 2002 for an emerging market segment that prioritizes a spacious cabin with standup headroom, generous aisle space and ample seating over long-range performance. That said, many operators have found this to be a negligible tradeoff as the G300 is still fly up to 14 passengers nonstop from Chicago to London, a distance of nearly 3,500 nm, at speeds up to Mach .80 - all in unmatched Gulfstream style and luxury. Like the GIV on which it is based, the G300’s Rolls-Royce Tay Mk 610-8 engines produce 12,240 pounds of thrust each, allowing a sea level takeoff in 5,450 feet while also resulting in low interior noise and vibration levels.
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