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C-20 Gulfstream logistics aircraft

 
Description
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.
 
Features
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
(301)757-1487
 
General Characteristics
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
 
 
Photo: A C-20G Gulfstream aircraft makes a final approach