Gulfstream G650ER Flies Around World In One Stop; Sets Two City-Pair Records

Gulfstream Aerospace’s G650ER set two city-pair flying records while circumnavigates the globe in one stop, the planemaker said. The aircraft took off from White Plains, New York, with three passengers and four crewmembers. It flew 6,939 nm east to Beijing at an average speed of Mach 0.87, or 662...

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