G5 PRIVATE JET BREAKS DESTINATION TIMES

Take your trip in style in The New Gulfstream 5. Relax in the seats and you can sleep as well. The G5 is recognized as the safest, most reliable, most comfortable, high-performance, ultra-long range business aircraft in the world. The Gulfstream 5 can reach any destination in the world in record time; for example New York to Miami in 55 minutes!  That’s right 55 minutes!!! Passenger Capacity: 01-15+ People, Length: 50.1 ft. Cruising Speed: 560 mph, Width: 7.3 ft. Range: 7,165 st.m. Height: 6.2 ft. Thank You and Enjoy Everyday

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5 responses to “G5 PRIVATE JET BREAKS DESTINATION TIMES

  1. Caleb. Your thought of what is warranted by our senators such as Nancy Pelosi is the reason our country is in the financial condition we are in. Arrogance and thought that as a law maker entitles her to such wasteful spending is beyond stealing from the taxpayer. Ms. Pelosi is famous for wasting tax payer money and what is good for a taxpayer should be just as good for Ms. Pelosi. Stand in line at the Delta terminal and fly the lowest fare available.

  2. Shes the speaker of the house, three heartbeats away from the presidency, Most high class political vips enjoy G5s and Private Jets because if they need to be somewhere fast the government will front the cash to pay for them to get there in a jet then having to wait for them to book a plane and get there by flying Delta. And its not like she owns them, she uses them for business and vacation but her job is very difficult and requires her to do different tasks

  3. this fact is wrong, it can’t make NY-MIA IN 55 MIN, THAT IS FASTER THAN THE CONCORDE FLEW, WHICH WAS AT THE SPEED OF SOUND.

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