C-20 Gulfstream logistics aircraft
The C-20D is a military version of the Gulfstream III aircraft and the C-20G is a military version of the Gulfstream IV aircraft manufactured by Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation. Provide long-range, world-wide airlift and logistic support for senior leadership, dignitaries, and fleet battle groups.
C-20 aircraft are capable of all-weather, long-range, high-speed, nonstop transoceanic flights. The C-20D variant features accommodations for five passengers and staff while the C-20G variant may be configured for cargo operations, passenger operations or a combination of the two. The C-20D/G aircraft provides worldwide passenger and cargo airlift for military and government officials and dignitaries.
|Point Of Contact|
Naval Air Systems Command
Public Affairs Department
47123 Buse Road, Unit IPT
Bldg. 2272, Suite 075
Patuxent River, MD 20670-5440
|Contractor: Sustaining Engineering - Gulfstream, CLS – M7 Aerospace.|
|Unit Cost: New GIV - $37 Million.|
|Propulsion: GIII - (2) Rolls Royce Limited Spey MK511-8 turbofan engines equipped with thrust reversers. GIV - (2) Rolls Royce Tay MK611-8 turbofan engines equipped with thrust reversers.|
|Length: (Nose to Tail)|
GIII - 83.17 feet (25.35 m)
GIV - 88.40 feet (26.94 m).
|Height: (Tail Height)|
GIII - 24.50 feet (7.46 m)
GIV - 24.43 feet (7.44 m).
|Wingspan: GIII - 77.83 feet (23.72 m)|
GIV - 77.83 feet (23.72 m).
|Weight: Max. gross, take-off:|
GIII - 69,700 lbs. (31,615 kg)
GIV - 73,200 lbs. (33,203 kg).
|Airspeed: 0.85 Mach.|
|Range: GIII - Max (varies with load) 3,700nm (6,765 km)|
GIV - Max 5,130nm (9382 km).
|Crew: Pilot, Co-Pilot and Crew chief, flight attendant and/or loadmaster added as required. Crewed by USMC/USN Reserves.|
|Last Update: 13 April 2017|