Although the current stable of long-range heavy jets is growing, the first kid on the block was the Global Express by Canadian manufacturer, Bombardier. At its inception, no other aircraft could compete in size, performance, range, and luxury. Blessed with these features, the Global Express was more like a small airliner than a private jet. When Bombardier was developing the Global Express, they took into consideration the long stages their aircraft had to complete. As such, they built a masterpiece that was intended to provide the comfort and amenities that were needed for long, intercontinental routes.
Capable of carrying between 13-19 passengers, the Global Express’ cabin stretches to 48”4” long, 8’2” wide, and 6’3” tall. This amounts to a fully stand-up cabin that boasts 2,140 cubic feet of space. This spacious cabin can be divided into separate zones that can include a bedroom, meeting space, dining area, or entertainment lounge. This offers complete privacy during meetings, for instance. Speaking of privacy, the Global Express features two fully enclosed lavatories that are more than big enough to change into a fresh outfit before a meeting upon arrival. In addition, the lavatories can be equipped with an on-board shower. The list of features and amenities that are available on the Global Express are extensive. The full-sized galley is capable of multiple multi-course meal services and includes hot and cold running water, an oven, a microwave, cold storage, and coffee machines. Entertainment is offered on the large LCD screens along with a CD/DVD player.
Volume: 2140' cu
Luggage Volume: 195' cu
Range: 6055 nm
Normal cruising speed: 562 mph
Takeoff Distance: 6170'
The maximum range of a Bombardier Global Express based in KTEB is shown below. Actual range will vary by number of passengers, baggage and weather conditions.
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