Sharing its frame design with the G450 and the ultra-long range G550, the G350 is constructed of light alloy and advanced carbon composite. The only difference between the jets is range: the 350’s range is 3,797 nautical miles while the 450’s is 4,349 nm. The G350 also includes winglets, a longer fuselage than its predecessor, and a flight deck and nose section only seen on superior aircraft.
The G350 is fitted with the Honeywell Primus Epic avionics suite. The highly advanced PlaneView cockpit of the G450 is also found in the Gulfstream 350. It is comprised of four liquid crystal displays and the first Gulfstream Enhanced Vision System (EVS) with Honeywell 2020 Heads Up Display (HUD). With these advancements, pilots have greater situational awareness and safety.
The G350’s cabin is extremely spacious and includes many standard features compared to its peers. Cabin measurements are 6.2 ft high, 7.4 ft wide and 45.1 ft from front to back, seating 14 passengers comfortably. The cabin is equipped with high-speed in-flight Wi-Fi internet for passengers convenience. The Gulfstream 350 is one of the best performing and most accommodating business jets in its class.