Gulfstream Aerospace just announced the second and third all-new Gulfstream G700 test aircraft have taken flight. The first flight-test G700—T1 has been flying since February 14, while T2 has been flying since March 20. The three flight-test aircraft have flown more than 100 hours since the program’s first flight on Feb. 14. The G700 has reached a maximum altitude of 54,000 ft/16,459 m and a maximum speed of Mach 0.94. Service entry of the long-range twinjet—a stretch derivative of the G650ER—is scheduled for 2022.