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Gulfstream’s G800 Arrives in Geneva for Continental Debut

Gulfstream’s G800 Arrives in Geneva for Continental Debut

Gulfstream has first flown its G800 test aircraft to Geneva for the EBACE2023 show using Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF).

The aircraft took off from Gulfstream’s Savannah headquarters, where SAF is available to blend for the company’s newest ultra-long-range business jet.

Mark Burns, President, Gulfstream, said the flight to the European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE) demonstrates the maturity of the G800 program.

“Equipped with our latest advancements in technology and innovation, the G800 adds the industry’s longest range to our aircraft portfolio. We are pleased to display a Gulfstream for every mission in Geneva,” said Burns.

With a combination of high-speed aerodynamics and fuel-efficient engines, the G800 can fly 8,000 nautical miles (14,816 km) at Mach 0.85 and 7,000 nm (12,964 km) at Mach 0.90, but is faster and produces less emissions.

The G800 is part of Gulfstream’s static display at EBACE2023, which features every aircraft in its current line-up, including the super-midsize G280 and large-cabin G500, G600, G650ER, and G700.

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