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    Gulfstream G550

    Pictures taken by a friend of a jet in Phoenix.

    Outside Shot


    Cold And Dark


    Console


    Overhead


    Pilots Seat


    Looking right


    More right


    HUD
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    G550 Specifications
    Performance
    Long Range Cruise Mach 0.80
    Mmo Mach 0.885
    Normal Cruise Mach 0.85
    Range at LRC 6,750 nm / 12,501 km
    Range at Normal Cruise 6,000 nm / 11,112 km
    Takeoff Distance (MTOW, SL, ISA) 5,910 ft / 1,801 m

    Weights
    Basic Operating 48,300 lbs / 21,909 kg
    Maximum Fuel 41,300 lbs / 18,734 kg
    Maximum Landing 75,300 lbs / 34,156 kg
    Maximum Payload 6,200 lbs / 2,812 kg
    Maximum Payload/Full fuel 1,800 lbs / 816 kg
    Maximum Ramp 91,400 lbs / 41,459 kg
    Maximum Takeoff 91,000 lbs / 41,278 kg
    Maximum Zero Fuel 54,500 lbs / 24,721 kg

    Design Standards
    Engine Type RR BR710C4-11
    Thrust Rating 15,835 lbs / 68.4 kN (each)
    Typical Passenger Payload 8 passengers

    Interior
    Baggage Volume (Gross) 226 cu ft / 6.40 cu m
    Cabin Length 50 ft 1 in / 15.27 m
    Cabin Volume 1,669 cu ft / 47.26 cu m
    Height 6 ft 2 in / 1.88 m
    Width 7 ft 4 in / 2.24 m

    Exterior
    Height 25 ft, 10 in / 7.87 m
    Length 96 ft, 5 in / 29.39 m
    Wingspan 93 ft, 6 in / 28.50 m
    Rodney -
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    Nice Lines... Love it..

    Great stuff.
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    May I remind you that this is a family site, please do not post pornographic material here, there may be children looking


    That is so sweet, look; it’s even got chrome throttle levers!! Pimp my plane! Love it, thank you for sharing your pictures>>

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    Wow!! That is an amazing Pit!! The HUD is so cool I hope next Gen Airbuses come with that type of software Avionics!!

    Roberto

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trevor Hale View Post
    Nice Lines... Love it..

    Great stuff.
    Hey Trev, careful this might tempt you back to the Falcon!

    Ken.
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    I wish that Gulfstream would let the simulation community make their aircraft. It would be so nice to see the G550 in the Flight1 Hangar.
    Elliot