Gulfstream G400 cabin
Gulfstream is showcasing the G400 interior on a U.S. tour of a full-size cabin mockup. The company has also rolled out the first G400 and is preparing for first flight later this year. (Photo: Gulfstream Aerospace)

Gulfstream Launches G400 Cabin Tour

First flight is expected later this year, with entry into service scheduled for 2025.

Gulfstream Aerospace has launched a G400 Experience Tour across the U.S. that will showcase the 4,200-nautical-mile twinjet’s “class-leading” cabin as the airplane nears its first flight. The G400, introduced in October 2021, is a truncated version of the company’s fly-by-wire G500/G600 family slated for service entry in 2025.

According to Gulfstream, the initial G400 has been rolled out and delivered to the flight-test team, and preparations are underway for the first flight later this year. Two G400s are listed on the FAA registry as N400G and N402GA.

The tour will include stops of a full-size G400 cabin mockup in Miami, Houston, Dallas, Denver, Seattle, Chicago, New York, Pittsburgh, and Washington, D.C., over the coming months. Customers will be able to choose from three floor plans with seating for nine, 11, or 12 passengers. The G400 also provides occupants with 100 percent fresh air, low cabin altitude, quieter noise levels, and plenty of natural light from 10 panoramic oval windows. 

“As we prepare to fly the G400, the latest next-generation aircraft in the Gulfstream fleet, we are giving customers the opportunity to experience its spacious interior firsthand,” said Gulfstream president Mark Burns. “We developed the G400 based on direct feedback from our customers, who told us they wanted cabin comfort and technology…We look forward to introducing the aircraft to our customers across the U.S. with this tour.”