The Gulfstream G- III is the third generation of a veritably successful family line of private jets. A bettered interpretation of the Grumman Gulfstream II, this aircraft entered FAA instrument in September 1980.
The cabin measures 45.1 bases long by 7.3 bases wide by 6.1 bases altitudinous giving it a total cabin volume of 1345 boxy bases. The Gulfstream G- III is a true stage-up cabin, wide- body business aircraft designed to accommodate its passengers in comfort during transcontinental flights. Seating configurations vary extensively, but a typical commercial layout can seat 8 to 12 passengers in club combination arrangements. As numerous as 21 passengers can be seated in a high- viscosity configuration.
This jet has a maximum range of subject to headwinds, high altitude, hot temperatures, or advanced capacity of 4200 long hauls and a maximum speed of 576 mph. The advanced wings made possible a significant reduction in energy burn, and the increased energy capacity allowed for an enhancement in range without the need for tip tanks.
The Gulfstream G- III is powered by a brace of Rolls- Royce Spey Mk 511- 8 turbofans rated at 11,400 lbs. thrust each. examination interval on the machines is 8,000 hours.