Gulfstream G350

    The G350, introduced in 2005, aims to provide a choice for travelers who like the spacious cabin of the bigger Gulfstream jets but don’t need the long-range performance. The three-zone stand-up cabin is essentially the same as in the G450, stretching more than seven feet wide and 45 feet long, with wide oval windows, 100 percent fresh air, and a cabin altitude of 6,000 feet at the jet’s maximum altitude of 45,000 feet. The G350 carries about 3,500 pounds less fuel than the G450, but can still cross the country from Washington, D.C., to Los Angeles or Anchorage in a single hop.

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