Flying high comes with no boundaries as well-heeled flyers and business travelers are opting for private jets to hop around the globe. The demand for new private jets is so high that Gulfstream Aerospace admits it is unable to keep up with it. While it costs $65 million for the G650 or G650ER personal jets, the company is announcing a waiting period of two years to fulfill orders. Savannah, Georgia-based Gulfstream, the maker of top end G650 and G650ER jets models is seeing such strong demand for its personal jets from corporations and chief executives that they are considering to increase production of planes in the G650 family.Gulfstream’s newest flagship,
The G650 family has a range of about 13,000 kilometers (8,080 miles), sleeps as many as 10 people and can cruise as high as 51,000 feet. Flying with longer, wider cabins and a choice of 12 floorplans, the personal jets are also fitted with convection oven, large ice drawers and storage for flatware and crystal.