The Gulfstream V is optimized for ultra long-range intercontinental travel. While it can easily accommodate 19 passengers, plus a crew of two or three and a cabin attendant, it is typically configured for eight to ten passengers in an arrangement that includes such amenities as a full lavatory with shower, a conference/dining room, and/or multiple work stations, and a crew rest area for flights possibly lasting longer than 14 hours.The Gulfstream V was intended to fill the need for a large, intercontinental-range executive aircraft. The fuselage is 8 ft. longer than that of the G-IV, an entirely new wing is employed, and power is supplied by a pair of the new BMW/RR BR710 turbofan engines. The G-V made its first flight in November 1995, and received FAA certification in December 1996. Gulfstream produced 193 of these long-range aircraft.
The Gulfstream G V has a range of 6,425 nautical miles. Type in your city or airport identifier for a visual representation of the NBAA IFR Range (NM) for this aircraft.