Gulfstream G200












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The Gulfstream G200 is the new designation for the IAI 1126 Galaxy, after Gulfstream Aerospace took over marketing of the type in May 2001. The aircraft falls into the super mid-size class of business jets and offers transatlantic range with a roomy cabin.



Developing nation: United States of America / Israel.
Manufacturer/designer:  Gulfstream Aerospace / Israel Aircraft Industries.
Production line: Ben Gurion International Airport, Israel.
Type aircraft: Super mid-size business-jet.
First flight:

December 25, 1997 as IAI 1126 Galaxy.

First delivery:

to TTI Industries in January 2000.

  Gulfstream G200
Cockpit crew: 2.
Passengers: 10 – 18.
Cabin length: 7,44 m.
Cabin diameter: 2,18 m.
Cabin height: 1,91 m.
Cabin volume: 24,6 m³
Baggage compartment: 4,2 m³.
Wing span: 17,70 m.
Wing area: 34,3 m².
Fuselage length: 18,97m.
Height: 6,53 m.

two Pratt & Whitney 306A each rated 26.9 kN.


– basic operating weight with 2 crew: 9.049 Kg.

max. zero-fuel weight: 10.866 Kg.

– fuel: 6.804 kg.

– max. payload: 1.837 Kg.

Max. take off weight: 16.080 Kg.
Max. landing weight: 13.608 Kg.
Cruise speed: 796 km/h.
Max. speed: 850 km/h.
Service ceiling: 11.887 m.
Max. ceiling: 13.716 m.
Max. range: 6.301 km.

– take-off run 1.854 m at max. take-off weight.

– landing run 1.000 m at max. landing weight.


 Research: R.Vogelaar