Best Washington D.C. Aircraft: Gulfstream G-V

Gulfstream G-V

Gulfstream G-V Interior
Gulfstream G-V Floor Plan

Special Performance

The Gulfstream G-V is among the newer of Gulfstream Aerospace's line of ultra long range business jets. Its Rolls-Royce engines give it a thrust of 15,385 lb, enabling it to fly from Washington D.C. to Chicago in just under an hour at Mach 0.88.

The Gulfstream G-V also comes with a host of amenities. For entertainment, it has 110V outlets for keeping your devices charged, a television, a CD player and a DVD player.

This jet makes no sacrifices for culinary needs. It comes with flatware, dishware, glassware, a convection oven, and an ice bin.

And last but not least, the Gulfstream G-V has an enclosed lavatory with a sink, comfortable leather seats, Freon air conditioning, satellite phone and ground-based Wifi.

Built to Serve

The Gulfstream G-V has also seen use in the U.S. Air Force and other government services. Designated C-37A, this jet is used by the Coast Guard for transporting the Secretary of Homeland Security and the Commandant of the Coast Guard, while one unit is used by the U.S. Navy. This variant comes equipped with enhanced vision systems, enhanced weather radar, autopilot, and military communications equipment.

At a Glance





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Ultra long range








300,000,000 USD

4,731 h

Flight Times From Washington D.C.

1 Hour 45 Minutes

2 Hours 15 Minutes

54 Minutes

1 Hour 10 Minutes

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