The G650 cabin is longer, wider and taller than any other current long range purpose built private jet. The classically loved Gulfstream oval windows offer a birds-eye view of the world as you fly. Needless to say that in addition to stunning exterior, the G650’s cabin provides the ultimate blend of form and function. Wide seats and generous aisle spaces are benefits of the G650, and the sense of spaciousness is further enhanced by 16 Gulfstream panoramic windows, the largest in the industry.
Every detail of the G650 interior was designed to create an atmosphere that intuitively provides the utmost control and comfort. The Gulfstream Cabin Management System (GCMS) synchronizes with Apple iOS or select Google Android smartphones and tablets to provide touch-screen control for temperature, lighting, window shades and entertainment options. Apple iPod touches or Google Android devices are provided as cabin controls, but GCMS also can be saved to a free mobile application on a passenger’s iPhone, iPad or Android device, which allows a passenger to save and recall preferences for a subsequent flight.
The Gulfstream-designed CabinView lets passengers track flight progress, displays points of interest and provides passenger briefings.
A modified version of the commercial A319, the ACJ319 is slightly shorter in length, but has a longer range. The corporate version of this aircraft is usually configured to hold up to 19 passengers, but cabin configurations can vary. Cabin space is generally divided into lounge, dining, bedroom and office areas although some aircraft may also have higher density areas for entourage.