For example, its windows are said to be the largest available in the industry. There’s 20 of them, offering panoramic views and plenty of natural light. Passengers get to enjoy fresh air at all times, instead of recirculated one, as part of the “Gulfstream Cabin Experience.”
They also enjoy reduced noise levels, and what Gulfstream boldly claims to be the lowest cabin altitude in the business aviation segment. That’s 2,916 feet (889 meters) while flying at 41,000 feet (12,497 meters).
Another comfort-enhancing feature is the lighting system that’s meant to help with jet lag. According to the manufacturer, this system can simulate the type of sunlight of the upcoming time zone, to prevent or minimize jet lag. Also, let’s not forget about the comfortable seats that won the same prestigious award back in 2020.
For those who care about a private jet’s interior decor as much as they do about its performance, the G700 production-test interior revealed a classy design in light, neutral shades, with medium-gray and cinnamon brown accents.
Last month, this award-winning business jet made its debut in Geneva. It wasn’t a regular flight, but one that was powered by SAF (sustainable aviation fuel). Flying from Savannah, Georgia, to Geneva, Switzerland, it hit its top speed of Mach 0.9 (691 mph/1,112 kph). The G700 can be configured for either 13 or eight passengers, and it boasts a range of up to 8,631 miles (13,890 km).