Large Jets for Sale

The range capabilities of large jets vary between around 3,500 nautical miles up to almost 7,500nm non-stop, and the cabins of these aircraft can comfortably accommodate 10 to 18 passengers.  

Popular aircraft in this category include jets built by Airbus, Boeing, BombardierDassault Falcon, Embraer and Gulfstream.


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Gulfstream IV

Price: USD $3,995,000
Gulfstream IV Exterior
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Gulfstream IV

Price: USD $3,995,000
North America + Canada, United States - MD, For Sale by Avpro Inc.
  • Year 1988
  • S/N 1075
  • Total Time 7036
APU on MSP Gold Honeywell Avionics Honeywell Mechanical ADS-B / WAAS / LPV ACS-190 Upgrade & ASC-320 2016 Paint & Interior
new to market - not to be missed
Updated 18 Nov 2021

Gulfstream IV

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Gulfstream IV

Make offer
North America + Canada, United States - MD, For Sale by Avpro Inc.
  • Year 1990
  • S/N 1148
  • Total Time 6425
• Engines on Rolls Royce Corporate Care • APU on MSP Gold • FANS-1A+, CPDLC, ADS-B • Avionics Enrolled on HAPP • Aircell ATG-5000
Aircell ATG-5000 High Speed Internet
Updated 06 Nov 2021
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Gulfstream IV

For Lease
North America + Canada, United States - CA, For Lease by R. Consulting & Sales, Inc.
  • Year 1988
  • S/N 1013
  • Total Time 9720
Gulfstream 4 available for long or short term lease. Preference to West Coast based Lease. Lance 760-803-9985
Updated 26 Jan 2021
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Gulfstream IV

Gulfstream IV

JetHQ

North America + Canada, United States - MO
WANTED

GIV/G-IVSP (On Programs)
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Price Data
  • Market Status
    • For Sale
      7
    • Asking Price Range
      $2,495k - $4,000k
    • Six Months Changing Average
      +$383k / 13.35%
    • On Exclusive
      6
    Ownership (in operation)
    Fleet by life cycle
    • Total Aircraft
      197
    • MFR Year Range
      1985 - 1992
    • Leased
      11
    • Whole
      192
    • Shared
      5
    • Fractional
      0
    • In Production
      0
    • At MFR
      0
    • In Operation
      157
    • Retired
      40
    • Total Aircraft
      197

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    • Year
    • Current Value Range
      The current value range covering all production years for this Make / Model based on recent transactions, including Comparable Aircraft Models.
      $2.9m - $3.3m
    • Asset Quality Rating
      Describes the present average maintenance quality for all production years for this Make / Model based on the standardized Asset Insight Index Scale ranging from - 2.500 (worst) to 10.000 (best).
      5.575
    • ETP Ratio
      The Maintenance Exposure to Ask Price Ratio is an indicator of an aircraft’s marketability. When the ETP Ratio is greater than 40%, a listed aircraft’s Days on Market increase.
      213.30%

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Specification
  • Large Jets Specifications
    Range NM
    4200
    Range – Seats Full N.M.
    3800
    MTOW LBS
    73200
    B.O.W W/Crew LBS
    43100
    Payload - Full Fuel LBS
    1220
    Normal Cruise Speed KTAS
    476
    L/Range Cruise Speed KTAS
    445
    Cabin Height FT
    6.20
    Cabin Width FT
    7.30
    Cabin Length FT
    45.10
    Cabin Volume CU FT
    1658
    Baggage Vol.Ext CU FT
    169
    Seats Executive
    13
    Crew / Passengers
    2
    Door Height FT
    5.00
    Door Width FT
    3.00
    Balanced Field Length FT
    5650
    Landing Dist FT
    4992
    Engine Manufacturer
    Rolls Royce
    Engine Model
    TAY 611-8
    Engines
    2
    R.O.C All Engines FT PER MIN
    4219
    R.O.C 1 x Engine Out FT PER MIN
    1068
    Useable Fuel LBS
    29280
    All data courtesy of Conklin & de Decker

FAQs: Large Jets for Sale

Here are the most Frequently Asked Questions for Large Jets for sale
  • What is the most popular Large Jet model?

    The Gulfstream G550 is the most popular Large Jet model, with 622 aircraft delivered by Gulfstream over the course of a production run lasting between 2003 and 2020.

  • How much does a Large Jet cost?

    Though a brand-new Large Jet from the traditional business jet manufacturers costs between $28.8m and $75.0m, per Aircraft Bluebook’s Autumn 2021 data, buyers shopping the pre-owned market will find a very wide range of pricing. For example, a 2001-model Bombardier Global Express costs an average $6.0m. Jets classed as Businessliners can cost up to a few hundred million dollars (in the case of the largest, newest wide-body models), down to as little as $3.0m for a 2006 model Bombardier Challenger 850ER (for example).

  • How safe are Large Jets to fly?

    The cockpits and airframes of the Large Jets are big enough to fit the most sophisticated safety-enhancing technology aboard, enhancing pilots’ ability to maximize situational awareness and fly safely in low visibility conditions.

  • How fast do Large Jets fly?

    The Large Jets rely on greater speed to cover the larger distances they cover as quickly as possible. Large Jets have maximum cruise speeds ranging between 450 and 520 knots.

Large Jets Overview

By Matt Harris - Editor, AvBuyer magazine

Buyers seeking a brand-new Large Jet direct from the OEM can expect to pay between $28.8m (Dassault Falcon 2000S) and approximately $75m (Bombardier Global 7500), according to Aircraft Bluebook’s Autumn 2021 data. New models from Boeing and Airbus start above $100m for a VVIP converted airliner (BBJ or ACJ). 

Buyers in the pre-owned market will find models for significantly less – depending on age, condition and maintenance status, among other items. 

Large jets include ultra-long-range and large-cabin business jets, and are ideal for owners needing to fly trans-oceanic trips or transporting larger groups of passengers on a regular basis.

Most large jets have seats that can be easily reconfigured as beds for those longer flights. They can also incorporate boardrooms, dining rooms, private screening rooms. Amenities tend to include a galley, lavatory (or two) and in-flight accessible luggage area, while some also offer a dedicated crew rest area.

In addition to the in-production jets, several out-of-production models from the same manufacturers are available on the pre-owned market.

Within the Large Jet category are jets for sale that could be sub-divided as Large Cabin jets, Ultra-Long-Range Jets or Businessliners. Jets classed as ‘Large Cabin’ offer shorter ranges of between 3,500 and 5,000 nautical miles, but have cabin that are similar in size to the Ultra-Long-Range Jets, which have ranges between 5,000 and 7,700 nautical miles.

These aircraft are purpose-built as business jets, and typical passenger seating is for between 10 and 18, often distributed through more than one cabin zone. In fact, owing to the size of their cabins, Large Jets offer their owners the most flexibility for cabin configuration, equipage (connectivity, galley, lavatory, and comfort), etc.

The Businessliners, meanwhile, are airliner models that are marketed and configured as VVIP aircraft. These could be smaller, narrow-body regional airliner models, wide-body airliner models that exceed 15,000nm range non-stop, and anything in between.

The spacious cabins of these converted airliners naturally can be configured to seat several more passengers across multiple zones, making them popular as governmental or royal airplanes, banking corporations, or even with sports teams needing to transport greater numbers of people over long distances.

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