The Gulfstream G-III is the third generation of a very successful family line of private jets. Gulfstream Aerospace Corp designed the Gulfstream G-III to be similar to the GII (of which more than 250 models were sold), but better. The G-III can fly 4,600 miles (4,000 nautical miles) at a speed of .84 Mach while carrying eight passengers. Alternately, it can fly 4,140 miles (3,600 nautical miles) at the same speed with twice the amount of passengers.
In addition to the much roomier cockpit, pilots should appreciate the new avionics system. A Dual Sperry ED-800 electronic flight instrumentation system coupled with a Sperry Primus 800 multifunctional display and a four-screen EFIS dominate the flight deck. Standard equipment includes three Honeywell laser gyros (which are lighter and more reliable than mechanical gyros), a Sperry SPZ800 flight director system, Global GNS 1000 FMS, a Sperry Primus 800 color weather radar, as well as all necessary communication and situation awareness equipment.
The cabin of the G-III usually holds fourteen to nineteen passengers, but it can be configured to hold up to nineteen in a high-density layout. The cabin has sufficiently spacious dimensions: 41.3 feet long, 6.1 feet high, and 7.3 feet wide, totaling a cabin volume of 1,345 cubic feet. Standard amenities include a full-sized galley with a refrigerator, coffee, maker, and the usual food preparation equipment.
|Cruising Speed (mph)||550 mph|
|Luggage Capacity||157 cu.ft.|
|Interior Height||6.1 ft.|
|Interior Width||7.3 ft.|
|Interior Length||41.3 ft.|
|Range (smi)||4000 st.m.|
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