Gulfstream reveals new state-of-the-art G250 interior
Gulfstream has now taken wraps off the new interior for the large-cabin, mid-range Gulfstream G250. The new cabin flaunts clean lines, a high-tech cabin management system, a high-definition cabin entertainment system, industry-leading cabin sound levels, a low cabin altitude, 100 percent fresh air, a best-in-class galley, integrated storage, 19 windows and a modern lavatory. At 26-feet long, the cabin offers 17 to 35 percent more floor area than other aircraft in its class. The new cabin seats comes with a telescoping head rest, with flexible wings available as an option. There is an articulating seat pan for full-flat berthing and an optional recliner-style leg rest.
Dennis Stuligross, senior vice president, Operations, Gulfstream, said…
The G250 cabin is the largest in the super mid-size class. It’s also the most comfortable and productive. As always, we put a great deal of planning and thought into creating a cabin that our customers would appreciate, whether they were traveling domestically or internationally.
The lavatory features two large windows, a vessel sink, a lighted vanity mirror and a full-length closet. The galley has a microwave, a coffee maker, a sink and gasper-cooled storage. It also houses a wide counter with a pull-out work surface for food preparation.
The Gulfstream Cabin Management System (GCMS) provides digital control of cabin systems through touchscreens, capacitive touch switches and a passenger control unit.