In late 2000, just when the competition thought Gulfstream was getting smug about celebrating the 100th sale of its ultra-long-range G-V, the firm surprised the market and upped the stakes. Gulf-stream launched the G-VSP, an aircraft that, when compared to the G-V, would offer more range and speed, more usable cabin and baggage volume, shorter takeoff distances and lower direct operating costs. Recently, we had an opportunity to fly the G-VSP prototype, serial number 632, on the 35th ...

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