The Gulfstream G450, now in its 12th year, is nearing the end of production life. When introduced at the October 2003 NBAA Convention, it was one of the few large-cabin aircraft capable of flying eight passengers 4,300 nm at Mach 0.80 and land with 200-nm NBAA IFR reserves. It has nearly 200 nm more range than the first- or second-generation GIV or GIV-SP, an increase made possible by subtle drag reduction improvements and upgraded Rolls-Royce Tay Mk 611-8C turbofans. The G450 also has a ...

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