Last week, the latest and largest Gulfstream — the G650 — rolled out of the factory in Savannah, Georgia. And on Tuesday, the company´s all-new super midsize jet — the G250 — also joined the limelight, rolling out at the Israel Aircraft Industries factory in Tel Aviv, Israel. The G650 is not only the largest Gulfstream ever built, it´s the newest and fastest, with an all-new wing, larger cabin, and longer range — up to 7,000 nautical miles at Mach .85. High-speed cruise is Mach .925. First deliveries of the 3,400-nm-range (at Mach .80) G250 are expected in 2011 — a year later for the G650. Both new models were launched during business aviation´s halcyon days, well before last year´s economic meltdown, but Gulfstream´s order books have held strong. For more perspective on Gulfstream´s success with the G650 program, see this week´s Left Seat by Flying Editor-in-chief Mac McClellan.