Gulfstream 450 profile, including current pricing, manufacturing dates, cabin size and passenger capacity, range, speed, baggage space, fractional ownership and jet card options
Gulfstream G450 Facts
The G450 was developed in parallel with the G550, the first time that Gulfstream developed two new models concurrently, meaning it benefited from systems developed for the G550.
In 2016, Gulfstream announced it was ending production of the type as it began production of the G500.
In addition to the used market, you can access the G450 via fractional ownership and leases as well as aircraft type-specific jet cards and on-demand via charter.
The price for a used G450 starts at around $11 million.
Production Start: 2005
Production Ends: 2016
Last Delivery: 2018
G450 Related Models
The G450 followed up the G400 which was in production 2003 to 2004. It has the same cabin dimensions as the G IV (1986 to 1992) and G IVSP (1992 to 2002).
Large Cabin – Heavy Jet
As of November 2019, Amstat lists 354 G450s in service
G450 Cabin Size and Passengers
Height: 6.2 feet
Width: 7.3 feet
Length: 45.1 feet
Seating Capacity: Up to 14
Full: 4,070 nautical miles
Four Passengers: 4,025 nautical miles
Maximum Cruise Speed: 500 mph
Normal Cruise Speed: 476 mph
Long-Range Cruise Speed: 445 mph
169 cubic feet
Fractional Ownership – Yes
Dedicated Jet Card – Yes
Used G450s are listed starting at approximately $11 million
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