The Gulfstream G450 is an upgraded heavy jet with similar seating arrangements to its predecessor, the G400, usually permitting 8 to 16 passengers.
The G450's cabin dimensions-also the same as the G400, including a height of 6 feet 2 inches, width of 7 feet 4 inches, and a length of 45 feet-provide plentiful space for travelers of all shapes and sizes. At absolute maximum seating capacity, the G450 can hold up to 16 passengers, with the option to change to berthing for six. Two improved cabin features are the repositioned main entrance door for improved access to the cabin, and the use of an advanced soundproofing system for greater overall passenger comfort. Other interior amenities may include individual entertainment systems, office equipment including satellite communications, a wireless local network, and a fax machine and printer, and a full-sized forward or aft galley with fitted storage areas for utensils, a water-sterilization system, and dual coffee makers. Both a forward and aft lavatory is standard aboard the G450 cabin.
Two upgraded Rolls Royce Tay Mk 611-8C turbofan engines power the G450, giving it incredible statistics, plus greater fuel efficiency and lower operating costs than its predecessor. The aircraft has set new speed records, operating at a maximum speed of Mach 0.88 or 581 mph. The G450 also has an increased intercontinental range of up to 5018 miles, making such flights as Dallas to Paris or Honolulu to Denver easy and comfortable.