Gulfstream Aerospace will cease production of its G150 midsize business jet to focus on the super-midsize and large cabin aircraft market. The company has sold the last Gulfstream G150, marking the end of more than 10 years of production. It will be delivered to a customer in mid-2017.

“Our long-range plan calls for us to focus on the super-midsize and large cabin markets,” said Mark Burns, president of Gulfstream Aerospace. “We have an excellent mid-cabin offering in the G280. Since it entered service in late 2012, we have delivered nearly 100 of those aircraft, demonstrating the appeal of incorporating large cabin-type capabilities into a super-midsize aircraft.”

Gulfstream’s fleet includes nearly 120 G150s in the U.S., Canada, Central America, South America, Europe and Asia. It is certified in more than 45 countries.

The G150 will remain an important part of Gulfstream’s business, Burns said, as the company will continue to provide support and ensure there are enough parts, tooling, engineering and personnel available to support the fleet.

Gulfstream’s products now include the super-midsize G280, and the G450, G550, G500, G600, G650 and G650ER large jets. The G450 and G550 are being phased out for replacement by the upcoming G500 and G600.

In the first half of 2016, Gulfstream delivered 15 G150s and G280s, flat compared to the first half of 2015, according to the General Aviation Manufacturers Association. Gulfstream does not break down delivery results by specific aircraft.

The decision to stop G150 production is not surprising given the low levels of production over the past few years, said Teal Group aviation consultant Richard Aboulafia.

The first G150 entered service in August 2006 as a replacement for the G100, formerly known as the Astra SPX. The G150 is manufactured by Israel Aerospace Industries in Tel Aviv and delivered to the U.S. for outfitting.