Designed to return a sense of space and opulence to the world’s private jet travellers, the Bombardier Global 7000 recently completed its first test flight, with rollout expected in the second half of 2018.
This is the jet many ultra-wealthy have been waiting for. The first and only business jet to offer four unique living spaces and a dedicated crew area, the Bombardier Global 7000 aircraft will set the standard for a new category of large business jets, offering unparalleled comfort and interior design flexibility, married with industry-leading performance thanks to its next-generation transonic wing design and highly efficient General Electric Passport engines.
With a cabin that’s almost 16-meters long, the Global 7000 is no Vision Jet. Instead, as the largest and longest range jet ever made by the Canadian firm, the model is designed for busy executives or regular business jet travellers looking for an aircraft model that will race them and their 16 favourite people from London to Singapore or New York to Dubai in style and comfort.
With a ceiling of 51,000-feet and a cruising speed of 0.85-mach, the Global 7000 doesn’t come cheap, with each jet expected to cost US$78 million, but with that price tag comes space galore – the Global 7000’s four distinct living spaces can be configured by owners from a wide range of layouts that include single or double beds, lounge areas, boardroom tables, inflight cinemas, and more conventional cabin seating. A crew rest area secreted in the spacious galley, ensures ease of service and ultimate discretion.
A masterpiece of creative and thoughtful design, the Global 7000 aircraft’s sophisticated styling and superior performance set the benchmark for the most exceptional business jet experience.
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