The Gulfstream G200, formerly known as the Astra Galaxy, is an ultramodern twin-engine business aircraft. The G200 was firstly designed by Israel Aircraft diligence and was produced for Gulfstream Aerospace from 1999 through 2011. The Galaxy was renamed “G200” after Gulfstream Aerospace acquired Galaxy Aerospace in June 2001.
As far as its performance is concerned, the G200 has a maximum voyage speed of 566 knots, a ceiling of 45,000 bases, and a claimed 3,400- navigational-range with four passengers at 533 knots. The maximum cargo with full fuel is only 650 pounds.
The cabin measures 24.6 bases long by 7 bases wide by 6.3 bases altitudinous giving it a total cabin volume of 870 boxy bases. The confines make it comfortable for 8 passengers, with the maximum configuration seating for 10. The Gulfstream G200 has a maximum range of headwinds, high altitude, hot temperatures, or advanced capacity of 3811 long hauls and a maximum speed of 541 mph.
Turning to the cockpit, avionics are erected around the digital, five-screen Collins Pro Line 4 system. Power comes from a brace of Pratt & Whitney Canada PW306A machines rated at 6,040 pounds of thrust each that delivers good fuel frugality for an aircraft in this segment. The engines are a variant of the PW305, which powers the lower Learjet 60 and Hawker 1000.