Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. is on schedule to meet a planned fourth-quarter 2001 first flight of its ultralong-range Gulfstream V derivative, the GV-SP. In addition to a state-of-the-art cockpit that includes an infrared landing aid as standard equipment, the GV-SP will feature a larger cabin and a 6,750-mi. range--up 250 naut. mi. from the 6,500-mi. maximum trip distance for both the Gulfstream V and its competitor, Bombardier's Global Express. William Shira, director of sales ...

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