Empire Aviation Group has added a third new Gulfstream G650 to its managed fleet. The G650 ultra long-range business jet, which was acquired by EAG for an existing owner upgrading a previous aircraft. EAG was involved in the entire process which included the acquisition, purchase, registration and the delivery of the aircraft. The Gulfstream G650 is a large cabin, Rolls-Royce powered business jet with a long-range cruise speed of Mach 0.85 and a range of 7,000 nautical miles/12,964 kilometers (nonstop) with eight passengers and four crew. The G650 can be configured for up to 18 passengers and offers the comforts of a wide cabin with large panoramic windows and low cabin pressure, and a bundle of inflight technology including broadband internet to keep passengers connected, informed and entertained, whilst putting them in control of the environment through a cabin management system. Advanced cockpit technology helps pilots improve aircraft performance. Paras P. Dhamecha, Executive Director of Empire Aviation Group, commented: “EAG has developed really strong experience of managing and operating the G650 for owners – based on our current two aircraft – and we are now delighted to add a third to the fleet. The G650 is a very impressive business jet and it is no surprise that some existing aircraft owners are looking to upgrade to this very long-range and comfortable plane.” Empire Aviation Group has rapidly expanded its international operations over the last three years, with the group’s first fully fledged overseas branch in Bangalore, India; a dedicated US aircraft sales office in Scottsdale, Arizona, USA; new operations set up in Hong Kong; as well as a San Marino branch.