Gulfstream Jet Transports


About Gulfstream Aerospace

Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation is an American aircraft company and a wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics. The company designs, develops, manufactures, markets, and services business jet aircraft. Gulfstream has produced more than 2,000 aircraft since 1958.

While most Gulfstream jets are owned by private companies or individuals, about 200 Gulfstream are used by 35 different governments and air forces, mainly the G550. In the government environment, Gulfstreams are used as air transports for high-ranking officials, airborne early warning, medical evacuation, and high-altitude atmospheric research, as well as intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance platforms.

Gulfstream in the Government and Military Sectors

Gulfstream IV, V-11, of the Royal Netherlands Air Force (Photo by DELEHELLE Eric)
Gulfstream IV, V-11, of the Royal Netherlands Air Force

Gulfstream G550, United States of America, Tail Number 1944, at Cherbourg, France, on June 5, 2014 (Photos by DELEHELLE Eric)
Gulfstream G550, United States of America, Tail Number 1944, at Cherbourg, France, on June 5, 2014
Gulfstream G550, United States of America, Tail Number 1944, at Cherbourg, France, on June 5, 2014

Phoenix Air Group Gulfstream G1159A SMA-3 N173PA, msn 313, former Royal Danish Air Force (Photo by DELEHELLE Eric)
Phoenix Air Group Gulfstream G1159A SMA-3 N173PA, msn 313, former Royal Danish Air Force

 

C-20

The C-20 is the military version of the civilian Gulfstream III and IV aircraft. It entered U.S. military service in 1983 as the replacement for the C-140B The C-20 serves as a primary lift aircraft for high-ranking U.S. military and civilian officials. 

C-20G S/N 60201 at the Museum of the United States Air Force in Dayton, Ohio (Staff Photo)
C-20G S/N 60201 at the Museum of the United States Air Force in Dayton, Ohio

C-20G US Navy - Gulfstream IV - 165151 - msn 1199 (Photo by DELEHELLE Eric)
C-20G US Navy - Gulfstream IV - 165151 - msn 1199
C-20G US Navy - Gulfstream IV - 165151 - msn 1199


C-37

The C-37A is based upon the high-altitude, intercontinental Gulfstream V aircraft, capable of cruising up to 51,000 feet. It serves as long-range command-and-control aircraft that can be used to provide transportation for high-level Coast Guard and government officials.

C-37A Gulfstream V, msn 653, of the United States Coast Guard (Photo by DELEHELLE Eric)
C-37A Gulfstream 5, msn 653, of the United States Coast Guard

U. S Navy C-37B (G-V-SP Gulfstream G550), No. 166376, at Cherbourg, France (Photo by DELEHELLE Eric)
U. S Navy C-37B (G-V-SP Gulfstream G550), No. 166376, at Cherbourg, France
U. S Navy C-37B (G-V-SP Gulfstream G550), No. 166376, at Cherbourg, France

Gulfstream V-SP G550 of the U.S. Navy, 166378, msn 50984 (Photo by DELEHELLE Eric)
Gulfstream V-SP G550 of the U.S. Navy, 166378, msn 50984
Gulfstream V-SP G550 of the U.S. Navy, 166378, msn 50984

 

For more information, visit the website of Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation

 

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