Demonstrating impressive agility in short-field take-off and landing, the Gulfstream G280 embodies bold, self-assured power. It’s the smallest and most affordable aircraft in Gulfstream’s line-up. Being the most compact member of the clan, it’s in effect the” Baby Gulfstream.”
Certified for steep-approach operations, it makes nimble work of short runways, high-altitude airfields and low-visibility conditions. Its revolutionary wing design and machine technology result in high energy-effectiveness—reducing operating costs and supporting environmental sustainability.
The Gulfstream G280’s most conspicuous point is its wings. It uses high-speed, low-drag technology with further reach and optimized span lading, an enhancement from the super-critical wing of the Gulfstream G200. This upgraded wing significantly decreases drag, allowing for advanced long-range voyage pets of 459 knots. rather of having energy tanks in the fuselage, tanks are located both forward and posterior of the bodies. The G280 is the first aircraft in its category to have auto-brakes, which allow for quicker and smoother stops.
On the performance side, the aircraft is powered by a brace of Honeywell HTF7250G turbofan engines each producing 7,624 pounds of thrust. This helps allow for a maximum speed of 566 knots and fly as high as 45,000 bases. With four passengers on board, the jet can fly up 4,100 long hauls.