All-new G600 Cabin Revealed
The all-new Gulfstream G600 cabin leaves nothing out when it comes to comfort and productivity. A full-size mock-up of the G600 cabin made its debut at the 2015 National Business Aviation Association’s Convention & Exhibition in Las Vegas, Nevada, giving visitors the opportunity to experience the improvements firsthand.
“We have collaborated with our customers throughout this project,” says Tray Crow, director, Interior Design, Gulfstream. “Since unveiling the original G600 cabin at the G500 and G600 announcement event in October 2014, we have been gathering feedback from customers to ensure we meet their needs and deliver an ideal in-flight environment. The interior is so comfortable and functional that passengers will forget they are traveling near the speed of sound.”
Some of the redesigned cabin features include a slimmer passenger service unit for increased headroom and maximized passenger space, an improved seat for enhanced comfort, an expanded side ledge, and additional counter space in the galley.
The G600 is the longest cabin in its class and can be configured for up to four living areas. Passengers can stay connected through satellite communications and high-speed Internet and can control the lighting, window shades, temperature and entertainment amenities through touch-screen devices.
The G600 will also have the best pressurization system in its class with a cabin altitude during cruise that will vary from 3,670 feet/1,119 meters at 43,000 feet/13,106 meters to a maximum of 4,850 feet/1,478 meters at 51,000 feet/15,545 meters.
The G600 certification is on schedule, slated for 2018, with entry into service in 2019.
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