The Gulfstream G650 continues to break city-pair records, this time from New York to Mumbai, India.
Gulfstream’s G650 private jet has set another city-pair record, this time between White Plains, New York and Mumbai, India. With two passengers and four crew members on board. Thirteen hours and 49 minutes later, the aircraft landed at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai, giving it an average cruise speed of Mach 0.85 for the 7,115
The G650's ability to link these two major business hubs is certainly going to generate even more interest in this aircraft as an attractive charter and sales option for the Ultra-High-Net-Worth-Individual. The breaking of the New York-Mumbai record is sure to make executives at Gulfstream beam from ear-to-ear, as India currently makes up 12% of the Global Private Jet market, and that figure is growing rapidly.
“This aircraft continues to dominate business aviation and proves to be a leader in getting passengers to their destinations in record time. The speed and range of the G650 are just two of the many reasons why this aircraft is in such high demand,” added Akovenko. This time record marks the 42nd city-pair record held by the G650.