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Our tour of the G700 cabin starts in the spacious galley before moving on through the new jets other four living areas. You'll see where passengers can work, relax and dine before settling down for a night's sleep in a full-size bed. The ultra-spacious cabin is well lit, either by the new model's customizable lighting system or naturally through its 20 supersized windows.
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I have always been fascinated with the G650. My friend walked me through starting up the APU. Its incredible to know how many buttons there are…. although we were joking about me flying the plane, the footage at the end was taken by first officer during their trip to Bora bora.
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Steve Wynn's newest Gulfstream G650… It looks damn sexy! The best Gulfstream model yet!
The Gulfstream G650 has a truly astonishing performance what can be seen in the video. The G650 achieved an impressive short take-off distance at Bern Airport in Switzerland. The two powerful Rolls-Royce BR725 engines accelerate the G650 nearly to the speed of sound while cruising at up to 51,000 feet (15,500 m). The first Swiss registered G650 HB-IVJ has been given a special livery. It advertises for Baha Mar, the luxury resort of superlatives in the Bahamas.
The pilots engaged the reverse thrust during taxi to slow down the plane. Why didn't they use the wheel brakes instead? The reverser helps to keep the wheel brakes cool and fully operational when needed. Braking excessively does not only wear out the brakes more quickly but increases the danger of glowing hot wheel brakes. Cooling them down takes plenty of time until the aircraft is allowed take off again.
The Gulfsream Aerospace G650 is marketed as the world's current fastest business jet with a top speed of 0.925 Mach (982 km/h). It is capable of traveling 8'055 miles (12,964 km) and will even cruise at 51,000 ft. The remarkable jet is equipped with two powerful Rolls-Royce BR725 turbofan engines. Enjoy the great engine sound and the close-up view of the Gulfstream G650, one of the best private jets on the market.
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