The Gulfstream G300 was introduced in 2002 as part of Gulfstream’s transformation of their product line. Technically speaking, the G300 and G400 are both G IVSP’s. The G300 only comes with certain standardized cabin and avionics options, plus it has a fuel load of 26,900 pounds, 3,000 less than a G IVSP or G400. Gulfstream refers to the G300 as “the new GIII” while some members of the aviation press used the “G400 lite” moniker. The G300 and G400 share the same airframe structure parts and labor warranty.
The G300 production run was initiated just after the 500th G IV model was produced and ceased in 2004, when it was superseded by the G350.
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