The Gulfstream G350 is a large-cabin, mid-range business jet introduced in 2004 by Gulfstream Aviation. The G350 is the successor to the G300; a shorter range variant of the venerable GIV. However the G350 actually has more in common with the large-cabin, long-range G450 which was introduced at the same time. Bryan Moss, president, Gulfstream said of the G350 program: “We developed the G350 specifically for customers who require ample seating and cargo space, but who don’t need long- or ultra-long-range capability.”
The G350 offers the fastest cruise speed and longest range in its class and shares the same flight control systems, engines, PlaneView flight deck, and avionics as the G450. And because the G350 requires only 5,050 feet of runway for take off, a greater number of airports are accessible.
The same award winning team that developed the G500 and G550 also developed the G350.
In the cabin, the G350 offers the most standard features in its class and nearly everything you’d expect to find in the longer range G450 and G550. The living space is usually configured in three separate areas with their own climate control and configurations of conference, club, or divans. There is also the option of a private rear stateroom with its own private lavatory. Most designs accommodate up to 16 passengers quite comfortably including berthing for six. No matter the configuration, the living environment meets the needs of the most demanding missions.
The G350 gives you everything you need from a large cabin executive jet with the freedom and operational economy of a super mid-size.
Technical specifications are as follows:
The Gulfstream G350 is equipped with two Rolls-Royce Tay 611-8 engines rated at 13,850lb thrust each.
Performance specifications are as follows:
The G350 has a maximum cruising speed of 561 mph (904 km/h) with an typical cruising speed of 528 mph (850 km/h) . The range with eight passengers and three crew is 4372 mi (7038 km).
Dimension specifications are as follows:
The G350 overall length is 89ft 4in (27.23m) and height is 25ft 2in (7.67m). The aircraft has a wingspan of 77ft 10in (23.72m). The internal baggage compartment can hold 169 cubic feet and is accessible in flight.
Weight specifications are as follows:
The G350 has a maximum takeoff weight of 70,900 lb (32,160 kg) and maximum payload is 6300 lb (2,858 kg). With full fuel load, the payload limit is reduced to 2,600lb (1,179 kg).
Internal specifications are as follows:
The G350 cabin length is 45ft 1in (13.74 m), height is 6ft 2in (1.88 m) and the width is 7ft 4in (2.24 m). The cabin has a number of configuration options to accommodate 8 to 19 passengers in executive seating. No matter what the configuration, the design team approach was that the cabin should resemble your office or home. Configurations often include a four-place club, a four-place conference/dining with table, and one or two full length divans that also serve as beds, and a variety of accompanying cabin furniture for entertainment, work, and storage. The rear area may be configured as a separate stateroom with exclusive access to the rear lavatory.
The cabin features a full-sized well appointed rear lavatory with shower, a large galley, and a forward lavatory. Electronic and entertainment offerings include an in-flight information system, DVD, VHS, CD players, multiple LCD screens, individual headphones at each seat, standard office equipment, and satellite phones, and internet. Plenty of power outlets, and work tables are available throughout the cabin. All of the electronics, lighting, and climate systems may be controlled from several different cabin locations.
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