The ultra-long 6,500 nm-range iconic Gulfstream GV is suitable for up to 14 hours’ flying time. Its spacious 1,812 cu ft cabin is flexibly designed for work, rest and relaxation. The aircraft also features a well-equipped, sizeable rear galley and forward crew galley.
Inflight entertainment is via eight large Ipads, each loaded with a variety of movies. Connectivity is accessible via Gogo/Swift Broadband.
“At a time when the commercial aviation industry is reeling from the effects of the global Coronavirus pandemic, the business aviation sector has really stepped up to offer both repatriation and special flights when the airline industry dramatically scaled back the number of scheduled flights. This has enabled us to get on to the radar of new flyers who hadn’t considered private charter before. These last few months we have widened our customer base, adding a number of first time (and also younger clientele) choosing us for (primarily) domestic and USA to European flights,” said Matt Walter, Planet 9’s co-founder and Director of Business Development.
“This Gulfstream GV, with its high spec, comfortable interior, will be popular in the charter market and we are very pleased to be adding it to our AOC, and especially from a new Florida base, complementing our Van Nuys and Teterboro, NJ operations.”
Planet 9’s latest Gulfstream GV takes its managed and charter fleet to 11 aircraft. The fleet includes two further sister Gulfstream GV aircraft, a Gulfstream G550, Gulfstream G650 and a Bombardier Global Express. Planet 9 also operates (and owns) for charter four Dassault Falcon 7Xs.