It's now old news, but Friday, January 10 was a pivotal day in the history of the Gulfstream V. Indeed, it was a red-letter day in Gulfstream's history because of the pitched battle between the firm and its competitors for control of the ultra-long-range business aircraft market. Pilots Ronald Newton, Wayne Altman and Roger Haneline, along with four other crewmembers, quietly departed Savannah in the first production G-V, s/n 505, at 5:05 a.m. EST on a round-robin test mission with ...

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