Slideshow: Gulfstream’s New Aircraft

G400 and G800 unveiled this week give the product lineup large-cabin and ultralong-range mounts.

Gulfstream revealed the newest models in its lineup earlier this week, with the G400 large-cabin jet and the flagship G800 ultralong-range continent connector. Flying has a sneak peek at the two platforms. The G800 is expected to enter into service in 2023, with the G400 delivering in 2025.

The G800 is an extension of the G700, which is nearing the finish line.Courtesy of Gulfstream Aerospace
The G800 features up to four modular living areas to configure, or 3 plus a crew area.Courtesy of Gulfstream Aerospace
The ultralong-range jet seats up to 19 passengers or sleeps up to 10 people.Courtesy of Gulfstream Aerospace
The foward galley area comes with or without a crew compartment, with lavatory aft.Courtesy of Gulfstream Aerospace
The G800's max operating Mach number will be 0.925, with a long-range cruise speed of Mach 0.85, and a maximum cruise altitude of FL510.Courtesy of Gulfstream Aerospace
The G400 steps up from the G280 with a large-cabin cross section of 6 ft 3 in height and 7 ft 7 in cabin width.Courtesy of Gulfstream Aerospace
The seats are modeled after those in the G500/G600.Courtesy of Gulfstream Aerospace
The G400 will be powered by twin Pratt & Whitney PW812GA powerplants.Courtesy of Gulfstream Aerospace
Up to 2.5 living areas can be designed into the cabin of the G400.Courtesy of Gulfstream Aerospace
The cabin will include 10 panoramic oval windows, the most in the class.Courtesy of Gulfstream Aerospace
The cabin sits up to 12 passengers and sleeps up to 5 people.Courtesy of Gulfstream Aerospace
The G400 will cruise at Mach 0.85, with a max operating Mach number of 0.90.Courtesy of Gulfstream Aerospace