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Gulfstream G200

1999 – 2011

Key Facts

  • The Gulfstream G200 is a medium jet manufactured by Gulfstream between 1999 and 2011.
  • The Gulfstream G200 is powered by two Pratt & Whitney Canada PW306A engines, resulting in an hourly fuel burn of 233 Gallons per Hour.
  • Capable of cruising at up to 428 knots, the Gulfstream G200 can fly non-stop for up to 3394 nautical miles.
  • The aircraft can carry up to 9 passengers.
  • The Gulfstream G200 has an estimated hourly charter price of $9000, with a new list price of $23 million at the time of manufacture.

Overview & History

The Gulfstream G200 (formerly known as the Galaxy 1126) is a super-midsize medium-range twin-turbofan corporate jet.

As of May 2020, 84% of Gulfstream G200 aircraft were purchased pre-owned by their current owner, the other 16% new. 11.6% are for sale with the majority of those (89%) under an exclusive broker agreement. When for sale the average time on the market is 224 days.

Originally named Astra Galaxy, the G200 began as a product of Israel Aircraft Industries’ subsidiary Galaxy Aerospace Inc.

Design of the Galaxy model first began in the late 1980s. The first flight took place on December 25, 1997, and it received certification one year later from the US and Israeli aviation agencies.

The Galaxy was renamed “G200” after Gulfstream Aerospace acquired Galaxy Aerospace in June 2001, 2 years after deliveries began. Production ended in 2011 with a total of 250 deliveries of which nine have been retired.

Gulfstream G200 Performance

The Gulfstream G200 comes standard with two Pratt & Whitney PW306A engines. These engines, similar to those used on the Learjet 60 and Hawker 1000, are rated at 6,040 pounds of thrust each.

As such, these powerful engines allow the G200 to climb to an altitude of 37,000 feet in just 19 minutes.

The G200 requires 6,083 feet of runway to take off on a standard day. At an airport with an altitude of 5,000 feet, this requirement increases to 8,804 feet.

With four passengers, the G200 needs only 2,590 feet of runway to land. This private business jet features an impressive transoceanic range of 3,400 nautical miles, making the G200 an ideal choice for flights to distant destinations.

In a long-range cruise configuration, the G200 is capable of flying at an altitude of 41,000 feet and an airspeed of 430 knots.

For a quicker flight, the G200 is capable of maintaining an airspeed of 470 knots at an altitude of 37,000 feet.

Gulfstream G200 Interior

The cabin of the Gulfstream G200 measures 24.4 feet in length, reaches 6.3 feet in height, and stretches a maximum of 7.2 feet in width with a floor width of 5.7 feet.

While typically arranged to accommodate 10 passengers, the cabin of the G200 can be configured to seat from eight to nineteen passengers.

With 125 cubic feet of storage capable of accommodating 2,400 pounds of luggage, the G200 offers more than enough space to accommodate any luggage your passengers require.

With a maximum pressure differential of 8.8, the G200 is capable of maintaining a sea-level cabin altitude at an altitude of 23,000 feet.

Sixteen windows surround the cabin, allowing a light environment for productive business or a relaxing view.


The avionics suite selected for the G200 is the Collins Pro Line 4 avionics suite.

Five screens are utilized in this arrangement, with one main Engine Indicating and Crew Alert System (EICAS) screen in the center surrounded by four smaller screens that display relevant flight and system information.

Typical systems included in this package are dual ARINC 429 Pro Line communication, navigation, and identification radios with dual DMEs and ADEs, a WXR-840 weather radar diagnostic computer, a digital autopilot, an Allied Signal GNS-X/EX Flight Management System (FMS), and an attitude and heading reference system.

Gulfstream G200 Charter Cost

The cost to charter this jet starts at around $6,400 an hour. Hourly charter rates do not include all taxes, fuel, and other fees.

Charter costs will vary based on year of make/model, schedule, routing, passenger & baggage totals, and other factors.

Purchase Price

The acquisition cost for this jet typically ranges from $23 million. The price of a jet depends on the production year; it can also go above the given range if the production is new.

It will cost buyers around $1.5 million per year which includes fuel, crew members, and maintenance, etc.

The price of a pre-owned aircraft can be within $7-11 million. There are numerous sellers available on various sites.






Range: 3,394 nm Number of Passengers: 10 Baggage Capacity: 150 Cubic Feet
Cruise Speed: 428 knots Cabin Pressure: 8.8 PSI Max Take-Off Weight: 35,450 lbs
Ceiling: 45,000 feet Cabin Altitude: 8,000 feet Max Landing Weight: 30,000 lbs
Take-Off Distance: 7,000 feet Production Start: 1999
Landing Distance: 1,610 feet Production End: 2011




Exterior Length: 62.2 feet Engine Manufacturer: Pratt & Whitney Canada
Exterior Height: 21.4 feet Engine Model: PW306A
Wingspan: 58.1 feet Fuel Burn: 233 Gallons per Hour
Interior Length: 24.5 feet
Interior Width: 7.2 feet
Interior Height: 6.3 feet
Interior/Exterior Ratio: 39%


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