This past July, Gulfstream Aerospace delivered its 550th G550 ultra-long-range jet, to an undisclosed customer, making it the most successful model in the plane maker’s history.

The G550 model was rolled out in 2001 as the SP (Special Performance) version of the GV and received FAA certification in 2003. The aircraft has a maximum range of 6,750 nm and an Mmo of Mach 0.885. It can seat up to 19 passengers and sleeps up to eight.

“This milestone delivery affirms the continued demand for the G550, one of the most dependable and sought-after aircraft in the world today,” Gulfstream President Mark Burns said. “The G550’s best-in-class range and payload have earned it a lasting reputation as a versatile aircraft for business aviation and an ideal platform for special missions.”

The $61.5 million aircraft is powered by two Rolls-Royce BR710 C4-11 engines. It has set more than 50 city-pair speed records, including London to Tokyo in a little more than 11 hr. and Beijing to New York in just less than 14 hr.