Gulfstream Aerospace delivered its final G450 business jet as its new G500 approaches certification.

The G450 entered service in 2005. Since then the company has produced more than 360 aircraft, which have amassed more than 964,000 hr. and 461,000 flights, the company said.

The G450 has been one of the best-selling business jets in the industry, said Mark Burns, Gulfstream president. The company will continue to provide product support and sustaining engineering for the aircraft.

“During its 30-year history, the GIV series transformed business aviation, and the G500 is already well on its way to doing the same, with the industry’s first active control sidesticks and the most integrated application of touchscreen controls in the flight deck,” Burns said.

The final two G450s built by Gulfstream were registered to Dominion Energy Services and Verizon. It appears the final delivery was to Dominion.