A whole year of recession. Aviation firms have also put up with flak over the months for various reasons. Gulfstream however decided to defy the trend and launch its new large cabin G650 business jet. With as many as 7,000 people who put in work in making this first G650, T1, the aircraft taxied into display at Gulfstream’s local space in Savannah, Georgia. It has the latest in electronics with fly-by-wire controls and huge screens that have video, night vision and three dimensional visuals.
The aircraft that spells ultimate in luxury can take the passengers anywhere in the radius of 8,000 miles at Mach 0.925 and 41,000 feet. G650 has dual Rolls-Royce BR725 engines. The economy has not swung back, but that incessant desperation to go back to extravagance has got back into its mode, one can safely say. Company officials do admit the beginning of this year was the most difficult for them.
So it is 33 per cent more silet, emits five per cent less N0x emissions and 10 per cent less smoke than its previous version.
Via: Fightglobal, Gizmodo