Posted on October 19th, 2021
Gulfstream announced this week the introduction of new features in the cabin and the flight deck of the Super-Mid G280. The company announced improvements for the passenger experience, reduced pilot workload, and additional safety benefits.
The Gulfstream 280 super-midsize jet offers seating for up to 10 passengers with its four club chair configuration. It flies up to 3,600 nm and is certified for steep approaches, granting passage to some of the world’s most challenging airports for approach and departures. Another new feature certification for the G280 is its FAA strict Stage 5 noise standards.
The cabin of the G280 will now offer an added plasma ionization clean air system. Gulfstream designed the system, and it aims to complement the aircraft’s existing 100 percent fresh-air atmosphere. Further, laboratory tests show proven neutralized pathogens and allergens in-cabin air with its new clean air system.
Included in the new feature packages of avionic options are flight deck enhancements that include SiriusXM graphical weather with real-time updates. Dual electronic charts provide a paperless flight deck planning environment. The flight deck V3.6.1 avionics upgrade features add a surface management system with sound and visual signals to alert pilots to unsafe ground and arrival operations, including possible runway incursions. The latest Gulfstream upgrade also provides pilots access to vertical weather systems and predictive wind shear data for in-flight weather avoidance.
Gulfstream‘s exclusive cabin management and high-definition entertainment systems are a long-time favorite of our charter passengers. There are 19 large oval windows and onboard access to baggage from the rear compartment. Call JetOptions today for more on chartering this Gulfstream Super-Mid Jet.