The Gulfstream V, similar to the company’s previous large cabin aircraft, makes no apologies for its size, thirst or operating costs, let alone its derivative design that dates back to the G-II, which debuted in 1967. However, it delivers more range, higher cruising altitudes and better dispatch reliability than anything else in its price class on the used market. You can buy one in good condition for as little as $10 million. Fixers are priced below $6 million, but they’re no ...

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