The luxury jet has hit the market and is considered to be the largest business jet in the world, with the longest and most spacious cabin in its class. The creation was recently presented at the annual corporate aircraft show in Las Vegas and costs around $ 75 million.
Powered by Rolls-Royce Pearl 700 engines and comfortably accommodating up to 19 passengers, the jet with the largest aviation windows features seating areas, a six-seater dining room (which can become a conference room), a kitchen and a suite with a full bathroom. Besides, the aircraft features an advanced lighting system that recreates sunrise and sunset to reduce jet lag.
"The Gulfstream G700 takes the best elements from our most innovative products and joins them with cutting-edge advancements to create an all-new advanced technology aircraft that redefines safety, comfort, and range at speed," said Mark Burns, president of the company.
The company says deliveries will begin in 2022 and has already received ten orders from Qatar Airways to be used for executive charter service.