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The Gulfstream brand first appeared in 1957, when the Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation completed the design for the turboprop-driven Gulfstream I, Grumman's first marketable business aircraft; up until this point Grumman was primarily known for its military aircraft production. The Gulfstream I turboprop was so successful that Grumman developed a turbojet-powered corporate aircraft, the Gulfstream II. In 1978, Grumman sold the Gulfstream aircraft line and all operations in Savannah to American Jet Industries, which was renamed to Gulfstream American. In 1982 the company was renamed to become the Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation. In 1985 Chrysler acquired Gulfstream as part of its drive for diversification. In 1989, however, former American Jet Industries head Allen Paulson teamed up with Forstmann Little & Co. to buy the company back. In 1995 Gulfstream introduced the Gulfstream V, and two years later, began to produce the Gulfstream IV-SP. In 1999, General Dynamics made a successful bid for Gulfstream. In 2001, Gulfstream acquired Galaxy Aerospace and rebranded Galaxy's then-current aircraft model line. The mid-size Astra SPX was named the G100 and the super mid-size Galaxy became the G200. The following year the company rebranded all its products using Arabic numerals: the Gulfstream V became the G550, while the Gulfstream IV was branded G300 and the Gulfstream IV-SP was renamed the G400. More and improved business jets followed.
C-37A USAF Rotterdam The C-37A is a twin-engine, turbofan aircraft acquired to fill the worldwide special air missions fo...
Toyota N100TM Toyota (TAI Leasing) G.V (Gulfstream V) msn 692. Photo taken at AMS/EHAM, 03-JUL-2006.
NetJets Transportes AĆ©reos CS-DKE Netjets Europe G-V-SP Gulfstream G550 msn 5094. Photo taken at AMS/EHAM, 24 July 2006.
Crown Equipment N75CC Crown Equipment G.1159C msn 1182. Photo taken at AMS/EHAM, 10 October 2006. N85PR (Cessna T210...
J & J Aviation N800JH J & J Aviation LLC G-V-SP Gulfstream G550 msn 5073. Photo taken at AMS/EHAM, 21 October 2006.
Intercontinental Air N88D Intercontinental Air G-V msn 612. Photo taken at AMS/EHAM, 25 October 2006.
Mountain Aviation N650PW Bohemian Air 400 LLC Gulfstream G400 (G.1159C) msn 1530. Photo taken at AMS/EHAM, 24 Januari 2007...
GD (Gulfstream) C-20G (G-IV) GD (Gulfstream) C-20G (G-IV), Bu.# 165153, MASG. Photo @ MCAS Miramar, CA. Dec. 2003.
Gulfstream 450 (VI) jet aircraft I think this was one of the most up to date versions of the Gulf family. RAF Fairford RIAT 2005
ITT Industries N624N ITT Industries G-V msn 681. Photo taken at AMS/EHAM, 25 September 2006.
JJ Aircraft LLC N553JT JJ Aircraft G.1159A msn 305. Photo taken at AMS/EHAM, 30 June 2006.
EFS SE-RDY EFS European Flight Service AB Gulfstream G550 (G.V) msn 5080. Photo taken at AMS/EHAM, 24 Novemb...

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