Gulfstream is bidding to retake the crown for the largest, longest-range business jet with the unveiling of its new flagship, the G700. First flight is imminent, and customer deliveries are scheduled for 2022. Aimed at toppling the 7,700-nm-range Bombardier Global 7500 as the reigning large-cabin jet, the $75 million G700 is the heaviest, roomiest and likely longest-range business aircraft yet built by Gulfstream to date.  G700 has larger cabin than Bombardier’s Global ...

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