Gulfstream G700 long-range business jet awarded EASA certification | Airlines

On May 15, 2024, just over a month after receiving certification from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Gulfstream Aerospace announced that the latest addition to its product range, the ultra-long range G700 business jet, has also now been awarded the necessary approvals from the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).

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The G700 is the largest and fastest aircraft in the Gulfstream family to date, though it will eventually be surpassed by the larger G800 which is still under development. Designed to carry up to 19 passengers, the G700 has a top speed of Mach 0.935 and a range of up to 7,750 nautical miles (14,353km) when cruising at Mach 0.85. Each aircraft has a price tag in the region of $75 million.

“The Gulfstream team is proud to add EASA to our growing G700 certification accomplishments,” said Mark Burns, President of Gulfstream Aerospace. “During the flight test program, we took the G700 across the globe, and the response to the aircraft’s cabin size, flexibility, and performance has been outstanding. This EASA certification unlocks G700 deliveries for many more of our international customers, and we are excited to see our next-generation fleet grow around the world.”

“We appreciate the support and partnership of the EASA G700 certification team in reaching this achievement,” Burns added.

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