Savannah to Doha and then Doha to Paris in a record-breaking time with a blend of sustainable aviation fuel. The Gulfstream G700 is flexing with its capacity to reduce its carbon emission while traveling at an average speed of Mach 0.90.

Gulfstream is a company that will never stop to impress. The smooth design of its planes and the innovations they always bring when introducing a private jet, is what the customers will experience when they have a comfortable flight while sitting on the award-winning seats of the G700. The 20 panoramic windows and the all-new ultra-high-definition circadian lighting system offer an unprecedented comfort in the most spacious and largest cabin of the industry.
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The G700 is a little bit like the Usain Bolt of the sky. It connected Savannah to Doha, 12,428 kilometers, in just 13 hours and 16 minutes at an average speed of Mach 0.88. Not tired of this impressive record-breaking flight, Gulfstream, with the desire to show its customers what was possible with this new airplane fueled with sustainable energies, flew from Doha to Paris in another record-breaking time. 5,469 km in just 6 hours and 15 minutes was necessary to reach the city that Lionel Messi sets as his new home.
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By doing so, Gulfstream proved to its potential customers the speed that the G700 can reach, but not only that, the 100% fresh environment with a never recirculated air and a whisper-quiet noise levels bring the comfort of this large cabin on another level.
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With the G700, Gulfstream is showing us that you can fly in a private jet at a lower carbon footprint. Sky’s the limit they say, but this company is proving another thing, after reaching the sky do we set another limit? Because the luxury of the materials used in the production of this record-breaking aircraft, the capacity to fly with sustainable energies and the average speed it can reach, are really changing the Game.
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