The Gulfstream G650ER is capable of flights up to 14 hours; Manchester to China is direct on this aircraft. Wide seats and generous aisle spaces are benefits of the G650ER, and the sense of spaciousness is further enhanced by 16 Gulfstream panoramic windows, the largest in the industry, that stream sunlight into the cabin and galley.
The G650ER cabin is replenished with 100 percent fresh air every two minutes. And with the lowest cabin altitude in the class, matched only by its sister ship, the Gulfstream G650, passenger heart and lungs can more easily oxygenate the blood, which reduces fatigue and ensures a more alert and refreshed arrival many time zones later. The cabin altitude is almost two times lower than commercial airlines and significantly better than any non-Gulfstream aircraft in the large-cabin class.
Standard features, including digital audio and high-definition video equipment, 26-inch/66-cm widescreen televisions, convection oven, porcelain dinnerware, flatware and stemware with fitted storage, combine to outfit the G650ER with everything needed for flawless entertaining. Cruising at 51,000 feet/15,545 meters, above commercial traffic and weather, the Gulfstream G650ER is truly high-class.
For communication needs, the G650ER is equipped with two multichannel satellite communications systems and a wireless local network that provides onboard printing. With Gulfstream’s in-flight cabin connectivity options, travellers stay as connected aboard their aircraft as they are on the ground.