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Gulfstream G700 cabin wins the 2022 International Yacht & Aviation design award

The first fully outfitted G700 garnered the win in the Private Jet Design (Exterior and Interior) category. The all-new seat design on the G700 earned an International Yacht & Aviation Award in 2020.
The first fully outfitted G700 garnered the win in the Private Jet Design (Exterior and Interior) category. The all-new seat design on the G700 earned an International Yacht & Aviation Award in 2020.

Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. today announced the Gulfstream G700 has been awarded the 2022 International Yacht & Aviation Award (IY&AA) for excellence in cabin design.

“This award-winning G700 interior is featured on our first fully outfitted production-test aircraft, proving design maturity and excellence,” said Mark Burns, president, Gulfstream. “Earning this award for the sixth consecutive year is a testament to the innovation and expertise of Gulfstream’s designers, engineers and artisans who have helped create the company’s next-generation fleet. We are honored by this distinction, and I congratulate the Gulfstream team.”

The G700 features the most spacious, innovative and flexible cabin in the business aviation industry. The G700 production-test interior features a tonal palette of light, creamy neutrals and warm grays contrasted by defining accents of cinnamon and charcoal. Each cabin living area is accentuated by design elements and a true circadian lighting system that creates optimal atmospheres to work, rest and connect, while putting you one step ahead of jet lag by simulating the sunlight of your next time zone. Complete with award-winning seat design, hand-tailored finishes and handcrafted furnishings, the G700 interior provides the utmost in passenger comfort.

The flexibility of the G700 cabin offers nearly limitless interior design opportunities, along with the signature Gulfstream Cabin Experience featuring 100% fresh, never recirculated air; abundant natural light from 20 Gulfstream panoramic oval windows, the largest in the industry; and whisper-quiet noise levels. In 2021, Gulfstream announced an even lower cabin altitude for the G700 — 2,916 feet/889 meters at 41,000 ft/12,497 m — the lowest in business aviation, further enhancing passenger comfort.