The first Gulfstream G800 নি registered as — N800G শেষ ended its inaugural flight this morning, officially launching the flight-test program for the 8,000-nm twinjet. The N800G departs from the Gulfstream Aerospace headquarters at Savannah / Hilton Head International Airport (KSAV) in Georgia at 9 a.m. and returns to the field two hours later. It has created flights using a blend of sustainable aircraft fuel.
“When the first G800 test aircraft was launched in our announcement [in October]We’ve changed the game again for our industry, “said Mark Burns, president of Gulfstream. I’m here. “
Powered by a Rolls-Royce Pearl 700 engine, the G800 features the company’s symmetry flight deck, dual head-up display with an integrated vision system, fly-by-wire with active control stick, circadian lighting in the cabin and 16 features. Large cabin window.
“We’re seeing a lot of interest in the G800, and this first flight brings us closer to providing a Gulf Stream for each of our missions,” Burns said. Gulfstream expects the G800 to enter service in the third quarter of next year.