Manufactured by Gulfstream Aerospace, the Gulfstream IV first flew on September 19th of 1985 and was introduced to the market on 1987. Production continued until 1993 with a total of 862 jet produced in all variations of the model. The cost per unit for this model is US $36 million.
It has a maximum speed of 935 km/h (Mach 0.88 (505 knots, 581 mph) and has a cruise speed of 850 km/h (Mach 0.80 (460 knots, 528 mph). It has a length of 26.9 m (88 ft 4 in) and an overall height of 7.44 m (24 ft 5 in) which makes room for a crew of 2 pilots and up to 16 passengers. This model has six variants: C-20F, C-20G (optimized for cargo operations), C-20H (operated by U.S. Airforce), C-20J (Operated by U.S. Army), G350 and G450 (has a Gulfstream-designed cursor control system).
It is used for government and military transportation by: Brunei, Chile, Egypt, Botswana, Ivory Coast, Japan, Malaysia, Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Jordan, India, Pakistan, Sweden, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Venezuela and United States