Gulfstream G550 - A Valuable Aircraft for VIP Transportation
Many airports are always seeking and offer customers the best VIP choices for people. They always seek to have the best options available. Recently Poland has announced that they have selected who they want to do their VIP transportation with. They announced that they have selected Gulfstream G550. The polish government chose this for their business jets to use it as a VIP transport missions. By VIP they mean that people that are in the country air force will be transported in it. They have been trying to find a decent and modernized jet since 2010. That is along time. It has been 6 years that they have been looking for something but they have not found anything until the Gulfstream came up with theirs. Even though they have been looking for something since 2010 they have been using and leasing two Embraer 175s.
“With its reliability, efficiency and durability, the G550 is a valuable tool for the Polish government,” says Gulfstream Aerospace president Mark Burns. “With eight passengers, the G550 can fly nonstop from Warsaw to Los Angeles or Tokyo.” This is Important because he is saying that it is efficient and reliable which is the most 2 important things when it comes to picking jets. Therefore, it is the most widely used across. “Gulfstream has produced special-mission aircraft since 1967, beginning with a GI used by the US Navy for navigator training,” also stated. “Today, aircraft are configured for head-of-state and VIP transport, airborne early warning, medical evacuation, high-altitude atmospheric research, and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance.” With their long experience, they are ready to provide the best service and can satisfy many users. With high satisfaction comes greater and greater production.
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