Gulfstream G200

    The G200, formerly known as the Galaxy, was acquired and rebranded by Gulfstream in 2001, expanding the Gulfstream line toward the entry-level end. The jet offers a roomy two-zone stand-up cabin with a full galley, 100 percent fresh air, and big oval windows for a comfortable ride. Operating costs are low, with dispatch reliability exceeding 99 percent, the company says, and worldwide customer support. The all-glass cockpit features the Rockwell Collins Pro Line 4 avionics suite.

    From Around the Web...
    Photo by AP Photo/Larry MacDougal
    During his flight, businessman Larry Ruvo was able to experience a mind-altering 8.3 gs…
    The flight-service provider makes a multibillion-dollar bet that the future of flight is supersonic…
    Embraer and Cessna offer a smorgasbord of private jets that won’t break the bank…
    Why not mix business with pleasure? These $50 million jets are some of the best in their class…
    But this is not the globe-trotting movie star and philanthropist’s first Embraer private jet…
    Icon Aircraft’s amphibious A5 takes pilots and passengers for a joyride…
    Photo by Jeff Lipsky
    A NetJets Challenger 350 private jet transported the late-night host and two friends to their fly-...
    These five private-jet companies offer a tropical alternative to the snow and rain…
    This is how the world’s most elite travelers get to the biggest single-day sporting event…
    Photo by Cess Timmers
    Aboard a Gulfstream G650, guests will experience some of the world’s most exciting runway...