Gulfstream G-IVSP

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Heavy Jets
Gulfstream Aerospace
Estimated Hourly Cost
Take-Off Distance
5,250 ft / 1,600 m
Landing Distance
2,680 ft / 817 m
4,220 nm / 4,856 mi / 7,815 km
Max Cruise Speed
488 kt / 562 mph / 905 km/h
Cruising Altitude
45,000 ft / 13,716 m
Cabin Altitude
6,000 ft / 1,829 m
Cabin Height
6 ft 2 in / 1.89 m
Cabin Width
7 ft 3 in / 2.20 m
Cabin Length
45 ft 1 in / 13.75 m
Baggage Capacity
169 cu ft / 4.79 cu m

Requested Routes

Teterboro Airport, Teterboro, NJ (TEB / KTEB) to London Stansted Airport, Stansted, U.K. (STN / EGSS)

Vnukovo Airport / Vnukovo Andrei Tupolev International Airport, Moscow, Russian Federation (VKO / UUWW) to Natbag / Tel Aviv / Ben Gurion International Airport, Israel (TLV / LLBG)

Republic Airport, Farmingdale, NY (FRG / KFRG) to Toluca International Airport / Licenciado Adolfo López Mateos International Airport, Toluca de Lerdo, Mexico (TLC / MMTO)


GULFSTREAM G-IV (1986-1992)GULFSTREAM G-IVSP (1992-2002)
Grumman in collaboration with Gulfstream began work on the G-IV in March of 1983 and slightly two years later it would record its first flight on September 19th, 1985. Once it received its certification from the FAA on April 22nd, 1987 and would enter service that year as well. The Gulfstream GIV-SP (SP standing for Special Performance) superseded the GIV in September 1992, with increased payload and landing weights and enhanced payload range performance. The Gulfstream GIV-SP began production in 1992 and made its first delivery in 1993. Production would cease on the G-IVSP in 2002 and later be redesigned as the G400 and a shorter range option designated the G300.The Gulfstream GIV-SP is vastly larger, more advanced, more efficient, and a longer range version of the older Gulfstream GII and GIII’s. The most notable upgrade to the GIV-SP over previous Gulfstream models is the addition of Rolls-Royce Tay engines, which improve fuel consumption and noise emissions significantly over the GII and GIII Spey engines which are well known in aviation for their noise levels. The fuselage was also expanded, the wing was strengthened aerodynamically and structurally, the fuel capacity and range were increased, the tail span was increased, and a sophisticated EFIS avionics suite with six color CRT screens was installed.

Apart from their performance capabilities, one of the key reasons passengers favor Gulfstream aircraft is the attention to detail shown in its sleek yet functional interiors. Gulfstream’s are renowned for their comfort, and the GIV-SP is no exception. With its incredibly spacious, stand up cabin, the GIV-SP delivers great maneuverability as well as enough head and shoulder room to not cramp your neck. It’s roomy and welcoming interior cabin has retractable worktables, adjustable leather seats with armrests, and a slew of additional comforts. Its cabin features 100% non recirculated air meaning it is all fresh air, all the time. Through the cabin you will see 12 of the iconic Gulfstream oval windows providing panoramic views of the world below. The cabin features fully-berthing seats, conference table, and a divan possibly two depending on the configuration. Typically, the cabin will feature 4 to 6 plush bed set-ups for those intercontinental flights. Standard facilities include a full-sized private lavatory with a solid door, a spacious galley, and sometimes even a private suite depending on configuration. Up to nineteen people can be accommodated in luxurious club seats although it is typically configured for 12 to 16 passengers. Additionally, an abundance of windows offers welcomed natural illumination for daytime flights, while also equipped with ample cabin lighting for nighttime flights. In a nutshell, the GIV-SP is one of the most opulent Heavy Jets available for its time, built to the highest standards in aviation.

The GIV-SP is powered by powerful Rolls-Royce Tay Mk 611-8 engines, which have proven to be so dependable and productive that Gulfstream has since utilized them in other business jet models, including the G300 and G400. These incredible engines provide a massive 13,850 pounds of thrust a piece, providing the GIV-SP with the necessary power for its 4,220 nautical mile intercontinental range. Furthermore,  the engines are quieter and more fuel-efficient than its predecessors, adding to its impressive performance features.It has a maximum speed of 505 knots. The Gulfstream GIV-SP has a gross takeoff weight increase of 1,400 pounds over the Gulfstream GIV. As with the GIV, it is equipped with a Goodyear Aerospace brake-by-wire system and a Dowty fail-passive steer-by-wire system, which facilitates pilot maneuverability. Six cabin windows per side are provided by the expanded fuselage, and the redesigned wing weighs 870 pounds less while carrying over 1,000 gallons more fuel.

The G-IVSP features modern avionics equipped with the reliable Honeywell SPZ-8000 avionics package offering numerous flight systems to assist the crew. All critical flight systems are merged into an easy graphical user interface, which enables the crew to manage the aircraft while minimizing their workload. This increases their focus as well as reduces pilot fatigue.

With these cutting-edge features included as standard on the GIV-SP, the model is an ideal Heavy Jet option for 10+ travelers seeking to fly across continents and over oceans in a luxurious, dependable, and powerful aircraft from one of the world’s most reputable manufacturers. CharterJets Inc. features the newest and highest safety rated Gulfstream G-IVSP’s available. Reach out today to discuss your upcoming travel!

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