The Gulfstream G400, the second model in the Gulfstream G series, has one of the largest cabins in its category, is one of the quickest aircraft in its category, and is notable for its baggage capacity. Among other destinations, it can fly nonstop from New York to London, Orlando to Anchorage, and Dubai to Tokyo.
In 1967, Gulfstream began using turbofan engines, and the aircraft remained in production until 1980, when the Gulfstream III surpassed it as the premier business jet. However, Gulfstream’s engineers chose the Rolls-Royce turbofan for the GIV in an effort to reduce noise levels and improve fuel efficiency. Since the introduction of the GIV, several variants of the model have been created, with the Gulfstream G400 being the most recent. The G400’s amenities include a complete stand-up cabin, a large galley and a full-sized bathroom with a shower.