The A5 fits a special category of sport aircraft that is designed to be easy to fly and requires less training for pilots.
This addition to the venerable King Air line increases maximum gross weight by 385 pounds, almost doubling the full-fuel payload capability to 750 pounds and stretching the four-passenger range by
King Airs have proved their usefulness over the years, with more than 6,000 flying in all corners of the world and a steady stream of model upgrades and variants.
The King Air 350i is a contemporary interpretation of a classic light twin.
The Hawker 750 utilizes the same Honeywell engines and Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21 avionics suite as the 800XP from which it was developed.
The Premier II, expected to start deliveries by late 2012 or early 2013, takes the IA to the next level—literally.
The G450, a successor to the company’s best-selling GIV series, stands out for its range and extra-long cabin, which stretches 45 feet from end to end.
The G350, introduced in 2005, aims to provide a choice for travelers who like the spacious cabin of the bigger Gulfstream jets but don’t need the long-range performance.
Gulfstream’s newest aircraft, which will replace the G200, is scheduled to start deliveries in 2011.
The G200, formerly known as the Galaxy, was acquired and rebranded by Gulfstream in 2001, expanding the Gulfstream line toward the entry-level end.