Gulfstream Lowers Cabin Altitude Of New Flagship G700

Credit: Gulfstream
Gulfstream Aerospace has announced that its new $75 million G700 ultra-long-range business jet will have a lower cabin altitude than originally projected. The cabin altitude has been improved to 2,916 ft. when flying at 41,000 ft., down from 3,290 ft. at 41,000 ft. as expected when Gulfstream...

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