Gulfstream has unveiled the G700, its latest release flagship private jet, which the company states is now the biggest plane in the private jet industry.

Following 14,000 hours of lab tests, the jet can operate on short, weight-restricted, and high-altitude airport runways.

The G700 has the tallest, widest, and longest cabin in the industry, according to the planemaker. The cabin length is 56 feet and 11 inches. It stands is six feet and three inches high, and measures eight feet and two inches wide. These spacious specs allows the jet to seat up to 19 passengers and sleep up to 10.

There’s also an optional six-place dining room that doubles as a conference space, which can be utilized with the jet’s complimentary WiFi.

Other luxurious amenities include the circadian lighting system around the plane that recreates sunrise and sunset through white and amber LED lights. The planemaker claims this can reduce jet lag after flying through time zones.

“Gulfstream has a long tradition of listening to our customers, and the G700 cabin is the evolution of that collaboration,” said Burns.

Qatar Airways, which is already servicing 11 Gulfstream aircraft, have reportedly ordered 10 to us in its Qatar Executive Service business jet charter business.