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Journey adds to Gulfstream roster with sleek G-IVSP
Journey Aviation's latest Gulfstream G-IVSP is equipped with a full-sized aft galley, microwave, oven, complimentary domestic wi-fi, display monitors and Airshow Genesys. It seats up to 16 passengers.
The G-IVSP is known for its intercontinental range.
Read this story in our September 2020 printed issue.

Journey Aviation, headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida, is continuing to grow its large cabin, long range heavy jet charter fleet with the acquisition of Gulfstream G-IVSP. With the latest addition, the company has a charter fleet of 16 heavy jets, all available for international and domestic flights.

The Gulfstream IVSP is an ideal intercontinental business jet with its sleek interior and long range performance. The aircraft offers a spacious floor plan with 16 seats and a renovated modern interior. The layout includes a forward two place club opposite a four place divan, a mid-cabin four place club and an aft two place club opposite a four place divan. The aircraft is fully equipped with a full sized aft galley, microwave, oven, complimentary domestic wi-fi, display monitors and Airshow Genesys.

Journey CEO Fabian Bello states: “We are thrilled to announce the new heavy jet addition to our charter certificate and look forward to the continued growth of our company and current fleet size as we expand our operation globally.”

Journey specialises in on-demand charter flights worldwide with a focus on achieving excellence. With the latest addition, its fleet of 18 aircraft includes the Gulfstream G550, GV, G450, G-IVSP, G-IV, Falcon 2000 and Hawker 4000 models. The company holds ARGUS Platinum and IS-BAO Stage II certifications and is Wyvern-rated.

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