Aviation Week Offers Exclusive Reviews of Gulfstream G650

          Aviation Week Offers Exclusive Reviews of Gulfstream G650

Integrated analysis and coverage spans Aviation Week & Space Technology, BCA &
AviationWeek.com media channels

PR Newswire

NEW YORK, March 22, 2013

NEW YORK, March 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --The first editorial in-flight
evaluation of the G650, Gulfstream's new ultra-long range business jet, is
getting integrated exposure with simultaneous-but-distinct cover stories in
Business & Commercial Aviation (BCA) and in Aviation Week & Space Technology
(AW&ST) magazines, as well as in an on-line video on

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Powered by twin Rolls-Royce turbofan engines, the all-new, high-technology
G650 cruises at near Mach speed, making it the fastest civilian aircraft in
production, and can travel up to 7,000 nautical miles without refueling.

The flight test was conducted and both reviews written by Fred George, a
veteran, former U.S. Navy fighter pilot who is a long-time senior editor at
BCA as well as the chief aircraft evaluation editor for AW&ST.

The review published in the March 25 issue of AW&ST is complemented by a
longer, and more comprehensive feature in the April issue of BCA. Meanwhile,
the video, co-produced by BCA and AW&ST, appears on
http://www.aviationweek.com's video gallery at http://Ow.ly/jaDTl, BCA, AW&ST
and business aviation channels.

"This package of objective, expert, and thorough information about
Gulfstream's new flagship aircraft is an example of power publishing at its
best," said Greg Hamilton, publisher of both magazines and president of the
Aviation Week group. "No one can better disseminate aerospace information more
rapidly, globally or with more authority."

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