The Gulfstream IV Private Jet Aircraft is a significantly improved, larger version of the earlier G-II and G-III. First delivered in 1987 the G-IV is recognizable by its low/swept wing with winglets, its swept T-tail with swept horizontal stabilizer, and its two rear fuselage mounted engines. More room was available because of the lengthened fuselage, so now each side has 6 large circular windows. It can seat up to 13 passengers and is piloted by a 2 man crew. The Gulfstream IV cruises at speeds up to 505 knots and has a range of 4,900 nautical miles.
A newer version of the Falcon 900 and first delivered in 1996, the Falcon 900EX Private Jet Aircraft has been once again upgraded with better performing engines and a new avionics package. The 900EX has a low/swept wing and three very noticeable rear fuselage mounted engines. Each side of the fuselage has 12 cabin windows. The tail has the recognizable number two engine at its base, swept tailfin and mid-mounted swept tailplane. It holds a crew of two and up to 13 passengers. The 900EX can cruise up to 500 knots and has a range of up to 4500 nautical miles.
The Falcon 2000 is a Private Jet Aircraft with a large cabin, transcontinental range, and fast cruise speeds. The most distinguishing characteristic between the 2000 and its predecessor is the change from three engines to two. Recognizable by its two rear fuselage mounted engines, swept tailfin and mid-mounted swept tailplane, this widebody long range business jet can hold up to 10 passengers plus crew. This jet has 9 cabin windows on each side of the fuselage. The Falcon 2000 private airplane cruises at 481 knots and has a range of 3420 nautical miles.