G550 business jet

The G550 has the efficiency to fly 6,750 nautical miles/12,501 kilometers nonstop, but also is capable of operating out of short-field, high-altitude airports. Payload is a plus, too. The G550 can transport up to 19 passengers and still has the range to fly nonstop more than 12 hours.

Powered by two Rolls-Royce engines that provide the most thrust of any jet in its class, the Gulfstream G550 has a cruise range of 6,750 nautical miles /12,501 kilometers. The G550 flies from Shanghai to Los Angeles or New York to Dubai nonstop at Mach 0.80. London to Tokyo or to Los Angeles is nonstop at Mach 0.85. Fly all those miles without the delay of fueling stops or extra landing fees.

More than 450 Gulfstream G550 aircraft are in service, and collectively, have flown more than 1 million hours, a performance that gives the G550 a National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) dispatch reliability rating of 99.9 percent―the equivalent of missing only one trip in five years of service. That’s dependability owners can count on, day in, day out, flight hour after hour.

Business Air has new and used jets for sale. Jets provide individuals and companies a way to travel greater distances and at a faster rate of travel than any other form of transportation. You can fly where you want to go on your schedule. They fly higher than traditional airplanes, allowing for smoother rides.

A jet is no longer a luxury that only the richest companies can afford. In fact, private jet passengers are mostly those in the middle management. You don’t have to go to a busy airport and wait on security or delayed flights. Nor will you have to worry about missing luggage. During the flight you’ll have complete privacy for your business executives or family members. You can also visit multiple locations in a single day, something not feasible with commercial travel.

If you travel 350 to 400 hours annually, then owning a personal jet is something you should seriously consider. Lower than that, perhaps partial ownership would be a better idea.

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