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New Gulfstream G250

GVFlyer

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Check it out!

http://www.gulfstream.com/gulfstreamg250/_images/desktops/g250_aerial06_1024x768.jpg

http://www.gulfstream.com/owng250/

PERFORMANCE
*Maximum Range 3,400 nm / 6,300 km
(Mach 0.80, 4 passengers, 2 crew and NBAA IFR reserves)
Long-Range Cruise Speed Mach 0.80 / 459 ktas / 850 km/h
High Speed Cruise Mach 0.82 / 470 ktas / 870 km/h
Mmo (Maximum Operating Mach Number) Mach 0.85
Takeoff Distance (SL, ISA, MTOW) 4,960 ft / 1,512 m
Landing Distance (SL, ISA, MLW) 3,180 ft / 969 m
Initial Cruise Altitude 41,000 ft / 12,497 m
Maximum Cruise Altitude 45,000 ft / 13,716 m
WEIGHTS
Maximum Takeoff Weight 39,600 lb / 17,962 kg
Maximum Landing Weight 32,700 lb / 14,832 kg
Maximum Zero Fuel Weight 28,200 lb / 12,791 kg
**Basic Operating Weight (including 2 crew) 24,150 lb / 10,954 kg
**Maximum Payload 4,050 lb / 1,837 kg
** Payload with Maximum Fuel 1,000 lb / 454 kg
Maximum Fuel Weight 14,600 lb / 6,622 kg
DESIGN STANDARDS
Avionics Gulfstream PlaneView250™
Engines (2) Honeywell HTF7250G
Rated Takeoff Thrust (each) 7,445 lb / 33 kN
Passengers: Typical Outfitting 8-10
INTERIOR
Cabin Length (excluding baggage) 25 ft 10 in / 7.87 m
Cabin Height 6 ft 3 in / 1.91 m
Cabin Width 7 ft 2 in / 2.18 m
Cabin Volume 935 cu ft / 26.5 cu m
Usable Baggage Volume 120 cu ft / 3.4 cu m
COMFORT
Cabin Altitude Maximum 7,000 ft at FL450
Windows 19 Large Oval Windows
Galley Forward Galley
Lavatories Aft Lavatory
Cabin Configurations 3 Select Floorplans

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heywatchthis

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Nice, So when can we buy one. I am getting tired of the G200
 

Capt1124

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It looks nice, but will it sell? How come the G150 never caught on? It seems like a nice airplane but I rarely see one.
 

guido411

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It looks nice, but will it sell? How come the G150 never caught on? It seems like a nice airplane but I rarely see one.

Oh you see them, then your brain immediately erases the experience to protect your eyes from permanent damage. Those things are ugly as sin.
 

Gulfstream 200

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Still an IAI product....

Just say NO...

:laugh:
 

heywatchthis

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I fly the G200 and Id be curious to see the differences.

G250 has:

Now a T tail. Should be much better in a crosswind.

Much better avionics package.

Looks longer because I see 2 extra windows.

It looks like the wing has changed but not sure. I hope so because the Galaxy wing is not a good fit.

It carries less fuel, is heavier, but still has the same range (I think).

I heard you can walk through to the luggage compartment now. Big plus for FA and passengers.

Anyone know of any more differences.
 

AA717driver

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I know that photo looks like one of my approaches into ASE... :eek: TC
 

ultrarunner

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Anyone know of any more differences.

Giving it just a quick look they yanked the Pratt engines and hung Honeywell 7250's on it. Prly getting better sfc than the pratt's. That, along with some redesign, gets it's further down the road than the 200, on less fuel with more pax and at .80.

All looks good so far....

Basically, it's what the 200 would have done had Gulfstream designed it in the first place. Now they're just cleaning up the mess the camel-jocks made.
 

LJ45

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the wing is supposed to be a scaled down version of the GV wing.
 

CopilotDoug

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Done!
They get rid of those de-icer boots?
 

ttflyer

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Looks like it could be sweet!

I'd like to see that max landing wt number come up. *IF* they are able to keep the BOW at 24150, the max fuel load to land with is only 8550#. Thats not great on an airplane that holds 14,600#. And it better have fuel dump...
 

thatpilotguy

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We operate a Challenger 300 now. The HTF is the same motor we have, but it looks like Gulfstream is getting a bump out of them. On the 300 they are called the HTF7000. Rated at just under 7000lbs of thrust.

The numbers compared to the 300 look just a bit better in every catagory. I can tell you that I'm very interested in seeing this one hit the ramp. Nothing better than a 300 like airplane with Gulfstream service and support!
 

thatpilotguy

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No disagreement there Ultra. I love the 300, but dealing with Bombardier is insane. I did notice that the weight on the 250 is a bit lighter than the 300, but most of the numbers are close if not exact in every catagory, some even a bit better. I think the "super mid-size class" is really the happy medium in corporate aviation. For all those that like the Pratt motors, I can tell you the HTF is a great engine. Low fuel burns and easy to work on. There was a wireharness change on the motor. Having watched a guy change a harness on a 731...it took 3 guys 2 day to do the change on the 731. One guy 2 hours and three tools to work on it. Fascinating how much goes into those things. I can't say enough about it.

Ok...time for a beer...hockey season is back!!
 
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