The Class G shuttlecraft (reclassified as the Type 1 shuttlecraft after the turn of the century) was a class of shuttlecraft in service to the Federation Starfleet in the mid 23rd century to early 24th century.
Typhuss James Halliwell's first flight was on an old class-G shuttle, with his grandfather at the age of 10.
This class of shuttlecraft had two warp nacelles attached to either side of the main body of the shuttlecraft. Two small impulse engines were attached to either side of the craft near the top. There were doors on both the port and starboard sides of the craft just behind the cockpit.
The cockpit had a total of six large windows, with two forward facing windows placed side by side, a window angled either port or starboard with another side facing window after that on each side. There were also a series of small, long windows running most of the length of the shuttle in the aft compartment.
|Starfleet shuttlecraft classes|
|Federation, Starfleet||named classes||Aeroshuttle• Argo • Danube class • Epoch class • Flyer class • Greyhound class • McCall • Mercury (warpshuttle) • Pulsar class • Sphinx class • Tesla class • Valkyrie class • Venture class • Waverider • Wraith class • Zhang Sui • Zodiac class (warp shuttle)||alphanumeric designations||2 • F • G • G • H • R10 • S3 • S4 • S5 • S6 • S7 • S10 • S11 • S12 • S20 • SC22 • SW7 • SW21 • I|
|type designations||type-1 • type-4 • type-t4 • type-5 • type-6 • type-7 • type-8 • type-9 • type-9A • type-10 • type-11 • type-15 • type-16 • type-18 • type 18H|
| Federation, Starfleet|
|military shuttle • passenger shuttle • Starfleet shuttle (2230s)|
|others||Mark II • Captain's skiff • Captain's yacht • unnamed Federation shuttlecraft classes|