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The Gulfstream G150 was announced at the 2002 NBAA Convention and is a derivative of the G100. Changes to the G150 include a wider cabin, upgraded avionics and a redesigned nose. The eight passengers G150 has 95 more cubic feet of cabin space, an extra 12 inches in width, two more inches in height and seven more inches in length than the G100. The G150 has oval side windows like the G200 and in the cockpit, a larger windshield. Collins Pro Line 21 avionics are installed instead of the G100’s Pro Line 4. The nose is modified to be more aerodynamic and will look more like that of the G200. The G150 is powered by two Honeywell TFE731-40AR turbofans. The G100 wings and empennage have been retained. Certification was obtained in 2006 and deliveries started the same year.

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Operating Cost

C&D Variable Cost/Hour $2,678.7
C&D Cost/nm $6.65


Max Range (nm) 3,130
Max Cruise (ktas) 470
Balanced Field Length (ft) 5,030
Max Op Altitude - Ceiling (ft) 45,000

Cabin interior

Typical Pax 7
Cabin Height (ft) 5.75
Cabin Width (ft) 5.75
Cabin Length (ft) 17.7
Cabin Volume (cu-ft) 521
Total Baggage Volume (cu-ft) 80


Max Take Off (lbs) 26,100
Basic Operating Weight (lbs)* 15,100
Usable Fuel (lbs) 10,300
Full Fuel Payload (lbs) 850
*Includes required crew members at 200 lbs each

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