G450 business jet

Proudly local with global reach, we have strategic airport locations in Jeddah, Riyadh, Medina, Yanbu and Dammam, providing your aircraft and crew complete on-the-ground operational and technical support.

We always treat your passengers as our guests, offering a warm welcome and the opportunity to enjoy our luxurious facilities and concierge services.

We offer diversity in the services you need, experience from our longevity in the industry and the reliability of our dedicated staff.

This Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) features a large living room, master bedroom, second bedroom/meeting room, three lavatories, and a spacious galley. Additionally, this aircraft has over 500 cubic feet of baggage space. With non-stop range to Europe.

In this era of international commerce, global leaders need to fly farther in comfort, be productive en route, and reach business destinations relaxed and refreshed. With nearly three times the interior space of the competition at a comparable price and a range of more than 6,000 nautical miles, the BBJ meets these demands.

Having all the comforts of home ensures that you can maintain personal productivity even when flying 12 hours nonstop. Comforts such as a spacious executive suite with a queen-size bed that allows you to get a good night’s sleep. A dining area is perfect for conferences or gracious meals. Private offices are ideal for serious work or quiet reflection. With all the amenities of home, you can meet, eat, sleep, and dine in comfort … and are sure to arrive at your destination refreshed and ready for business or pleasure.

The Gulfstream IV (or G-IV or GIV ) and derivatives are a family of twinjet aircraft, mainly for private or business use. They were designed and built by Gulfstream Aerospace , a General Dynamics company based in Savannah, Georgia , United States , from 1985 until 2018. Aircraft power is provided by two Rolls-Royce RB.183 Tay turbofans .

Upon delivery of the last G450, over 900 GIV/GIV-SP/G450 units had been produced. The last G450 was delivered on 19 January 2018 after 365 deliveries over 12 years, ending a 30-year production run, to be replaced by the G500 . [1]

In addition to the innovative wing design, the Gulfstream IV also became the first business jet to have an entire glass cockpit. [7] The first GIV made its maiden flight on September 19, 1985. [8] The model received type certification from the FAA on April 22, 1987. [9] The G-IV entered into service with serial number 1000 in 1987 and was upgraded to the special purpose GIV-SP version at serial number 1214 in 1993. It was later redesignated G400 at serial number 1500. [10]