Gulfstream Jets for Sale

One of the best-known names in Business Aviation, Gulfstream traces its origins to the 1950s and Grumman Aircraft Engineering Company. The General Dynamics-owned brand remains a key player in the market today, with six jets currently in production - the G700, G650, G650ER, G600, G500, G550 and G280.

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Gulfstream IVSP

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Europe, Switzerland, For Sale by Aradian Aviation
  • Year 2001
  • S/N TBD
  • Total Time 4280
RVSM and MNPS compliant                         Honeywell MCS-6000 Satcom with Magnastar C2000 flight phone system
Updated 10 Sep 2018

Gulfstream G150

Gulfstream G150

JetHQ

North America + Canada, United States
WANTED

Gulfstream G650

Gulfstream G650

Duncan Aviation

North America + Canada, United States
WANTED
Gulfstream G650: Late model. Please contact Tim Barber on +1 (800) 228 4277
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Gulfstream IVSP

Gulfstream IVSP

Duncan Aviation

North America + Canada, United States
WANTED
Gulfstream G-IVSP (Qty 3) Please contact Tim Barber on +1 (800) 228 4277

Gulfstream G450

Gulfstream G450

OGARAJETS

North America + Canada, United States
WANTED
OGARAJETS has an exclusive engagement to purchase an Gulfstream G450.

Gulfstream G650ER

Gulfstream G650ER

JetHQ

North America + Canada, United States
WANTED

Gulfstream G450

Gulfstream G450

JetHQ

North America + Canada, United States
WANTED

G450 with forward galley 

Gulfstream G550

Gulfstream G550

JetHQ

North America + Canada, United States
WANTED
Forward galley, late model

Gulfstream G650

Gulfstream G650

JetHQ

North America + Canada, United States
WANTED

Gulfstream G650 - Off Market, 2 to 3 yrs. old,  N registered, Fwd galley, crew rest

Gulfstream G650

Gulfstream G650

Avpro Inc.

North America + Canada, United States
WANTED
Call Avpro Inc. today +1 (410) 573 1515

Gulfstream G550

Gulfstream G550

Avpro Inc.

North America + Canada, United States
WANTED
Call Avpro Inc. today +1 (410) 573 1515

Gulfstream V

Gulfstream V

JetHQ

North America + Canada, United States
WANTED

Number of Pax- 14+
CPDLC
Magnetic CVR
GV budget $7.5M-$8.5M

Gulfstream G200

Gulfstream G200

Elliott Jets

North America + Canada, United States
WANTED
Call Elliott Jets today +1 (844) 937 5387

Gulfstream G550

Gulfstream G550

SPARFELL

Europe, Switzerland
WANTED
Off Market G550 – 2010 to 2014; EASA; FWD Galley; Engine Programs
2015 Gulfstream G450 s/n 4329 - Exterior
Sold

Gulfstream G450

Now Sold
North America + Canada, United States - NJ, For Sale by Leading Edge Aviation Solutions
  • Year 2015
  • S/N 4329
  • Total Time 2180
- 14 Pax Aft Galley Universal Floorplan. - 2,180 Hours & 825 Landings. - Engines Enrolled on Rolls-Royce CorporateCare & APU Enrolled on MSP. - Enhanced
1x U.S. Lessee/Owner Aircraft
Updated 13 Apr 2021
Gulfstream IV 1
Sold

Gulfstream IV

Now Sold
North America + Canada, United States - FL, For Sale by SPARFELL
  • Year 1988
  • S/N 1068
  • Total Time 13461
Corporate Care ASC-190 APU is a -150 Wifi Gear O/H done New Paint December 2019  
Updated 19 Mar 2021
Gulfstream G450 In the sky
Sold

Gulfstream G450

Now Sold
North America + Canada, United States - MD, For Sale by Avpro Inc.
  • Year 2013
  • S/N 4273
  • Total Time 1928
• Low Airframe Total Time • ELITE Interior (13 Pax Forward Galley Configuration) • Gulfstream Cabin Management System • Enhanced Navigation (FANS-1/A, CPDLC, WAAS/
Gulfstream Cabin Management System
Updated 01 Apr 2021
Gulfstream G150 1
Sold

Gulfstream G150

Now Sold
Worldwide, For Sale by Amjet Aviation Company
  • Year 2008
  • S/N 251
  • Total Time 2500
2,500 Hours, One USA Owner, MSP-Gold Engines & APU Program, One Owner Since New, No Damage History, Seven Passengers Main Cabin, and
Updated 09 Apr 2021
Gulfstream G550 1
Sold

Gulfstream G550

Now Sold
North America + Canada, United States - NY, For Sale by MENTE Group, LLC
  • Year 2013
  • S/N 5397
  • Total Time 2238
12 Passenger RRCC Engine Program ADS-B Out CPDLC Compliant GoGo ATG WIFI
Updated 18 Mar 2021
Gulfstream G150 1
Sold

Gulfstream G150

Now Sold
North America + Canada, United States - NV, For Sale by MENTE Group, LLC
  • Year 2007
  • S/N 218
  • Total Time 4414.9
8 Passenger ADS-B Out WAAS LPV FMS CPDLC Rockwell Collins Proline 21 Extended Range Oxygen System
Updated 18 Mar 2021
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FAQ: Gulfstream Private Jets

Here are the most Frequently Asked Questions for Gulfstream Private Jets for sale
  • How much does a Gulfstream private jet Cost?

    A new Gulfstream private jet costs between $21.0m for a 2020 model Gulfstream G280 and $62.0m for a 2020 model Gulfstream G650ER, according to Aircraft Bluebook’s winter 2020 data. Depending on the age and condition, buyers can purchase a used Gulfstream business jet for less. For example, Aircraft Bluebook’s winter 2020 data shows that a 2016-model Gulfstream G550 retails for approximately $32.0m, a 2000-model Gulfstream GV costs $8.0m, and a 1986-model Gulfstream GIV costs $1.9m. You can view the latest price data from JETNET on each Gulfstream model page.

  • How many Gulfstream private jets are flying today?

    In November 2020 there were 2,937 Gulfstream private jets flying worldwide, per JETNET. The Gulfstream GIV-SP has the largest in-operation fleet, with 296 of 303 units still in operation. At the time of writing, there had been 336 Gulfstream private jet retirements. For the latest market data, visit each model page.

  • How far can I fly on a Gulfstream private jet?

    Gulfstream private jets offer maximum ranges between 2,748nm (for the Gulfstream GII) up to 7,685nm (for the Gulfstream G650ER), according to Conklin & de Decker, based on four passengers and available fuel aboard.

  • Which jets compete with Gulfstream private jet models?

    Several private jets compete with Gulfstream jet models, including Bombardier Challenger 300/350, Cessna Citation jets, Dassault Falcon jets and Embraer models in the Mid-Size Jet category. In the Large Jet sector, Bombardier Global and Dassault Falcon jets compete with Gulfstream models. For model-specific information, check out AvBuyer’s Jet Comparison articles.

Gulfstream Jets Overview

By Gerrard Cowan


Gulfstream announced its range of next-generation aircraft in 2014.

The new Gulfstream G500 (not to be confused with the previous G500 model) was certified and delivered in 2018, and can fly 5,300nm at Mach 0.85 and 4,500nm at Mach 0.90. 


The first Gulfstream G600 was delivered in 2019 and has a range of 6,600nm; it can accommodate up to 19 passengers. Both jets feature Gulfstream Symmetry Flight Deck avionics and are powered by two Pratt & Whitney 800-series engines.


The 19-passenger Gulfstream G650, meanwhile, is an all-new jet that flies 7,000nm at Mach 0.85 and 6,000nm at Mach 0.90, while the Gulfstream G650ER is a longer-range variant (7,500nm range at Mach 0.85 and 6,400nm at Mach 0.90). 


Finally, in 2019 Gulfstream announced its latest and largest aircraft, the Gulfstream G700. This new, ultra-long-range aircraft will feature Rolls-Royce Pearl 700 engines, new Gulfstream winglets, and a large cabin with up to five living areas, while offering a range of 7,500nm.  According to the manufacturer - “The G700™ delivers the most spacious, innovative and flexible cabin in the industry, plus all-new, high-thrust Rolls-Royce engines and the award-winning Symmetry Flight Deck™.”


Gulfstream History


The first aircraft in the line was a turboprop – the Grumman Gulfstream I – which could hold 12 passengers and travelled to a range of about 2,000nm. About a decade later the GI was followed by a new business jet model, the Rolls-Royce Spey-powered Gulfstream GII, which had capacity for up to 16 passengers and boosted range to 2,600nm.


In the 1980s, the GII was improved with the Gulfstream GIII, which included an increase of wingspan and fuselage, and the addition of new winglets. The aircraft had a range of just over 3,600nm and was again powered by two Rolls-Royce Spey engines.


Later in the same decade, the Gulfstream GIV was launched, a Large Jet seating up to 16. Cruise drag was reduced through wing modifications, helping take the range to 4,200nm.


An upgraded ‘Special Performance’ Gulfstream GIV-SP was then introduced that increased take-off and landing weights; brought structural improvements to landing gear, anti lock brakes, wheels and tires; and utilized Rolls-Royce Tay 611-8 engines with 15% less fuel burn than on the GIV. The GIV-SP also employed technologies from the larger Gulfstream GV, including a PlaneView cockpit with EVS.


Later renamed the Gulfstream G400, the GIV-SP/G400 was eventually upgraded as the Gulfstream G450 with new engines and FADEC. Meanwhile, the company also produced the Gulfstream G300 and Gulfstream G350 as shorter-range versions of the G400 and G450, respectively.


The Gulfstream GV entered the market in the 1995 as one of the first ultra-long-range business jets, boasting a 6,500nm maximum range. Capable of carrying up to 18 passengers, the GV features Rolls-Royce BR710-A1-10 powerplants, helping it travel quicker than any preceding Gulfstream model.


Next, the 18-passenger Gulfstream G550, a variant of the GV, offered increased trans-oceanic range (6,750nm), owing mostly to reductions in aerodynamic drag, and BR710-C4-11 powerplants. This was introduced in 2003 alongside a shorter-range Gulfstream G500 version.


Gulfstream Mid-Size Jets


General Dynamics acquired Gulfstream in the late 1990s, subsequently buying Galaxy Aerospace, who’s Astra SPX was renamed the Gulfstream G100 and its Galaxy aircraft became the Gulfstream G200 – both models being Mid-Size Jets. The G100 was eventually replaced by the Gulfstream G150 which has a bigger fuselage, upgraded avionics and higher MTOW.


Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), previously co-owner of Galaxy, continues to manufacture aircraft for the Gulfstream brand, including the Gulfstream G280, a new 3,600nm long-range aircraft offering several improvements over the G200, including new Honeywell HTF7250G engines.


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