The Gulfstream G100 is a twin-engine business jet that was originally manufactured by Israel Aircraft Industries, that is now produced by Gulfstream Aerospace, originally crafted for servicing other crafts needing attention at sea. Identified by the United States Air Force as a C-38 carrier, a Gulfstream G100 equipped with military-level GPS, tactical navigation system, command radio and "friend or foe" identification technology is used in the 201st Airlift Squadron out of Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland. The aircraft measures 55'7'' nose to tail, and has a 54'7', with a maximum load capacity of 10,500 lbs.
Commercially, the Gulfstream G100 is often utilized for corporate and private interests, and is available at various outlets, most available online, for charter, rent and purchase. Traveling business executives criss cross the country in G100's attending meetings, making deals and checking out new properties. Private parties seeking charters are also not uncommon, ranging from country-spanning birthday celebrations, to family vacations, to bachelors striving for the perfect date. Pilots and collectors are drawn to the mid-size craft because of its high load capacity, performance and all-around versatility. The Gulfstream G100 is on the menu for most aircraft dealers and renters and looks to be a mainstay for business and high-class private travel for years to come.
Gulfstream G100 Interior