Bombardier is a juggernaut in the aviation industry. Best known for building the CRJ series that are one of the most popular jets among the Regional Airlines, Bombardier has a great reputation. Long known in the private jet industry for its Learjet family, Bombardier set out in the Mid-2010’s to tighten it’s grip on the private jet market with the Global 7500.
Building The Best
Originally named the Global 7000, Bombardier introduced the Global 7500 in 2014. After a few years of redesigning and delays (Bombardier wanted to make the jet lighter), the Global 7500 finally made its long awaited debut in 2018.
Bombardier famously titled the Global 7500 the “World’s largest purpose-built business jet”. With four different living spaces throughout the cabin, a dedicated crew rest area, and an unprecedented 19 seat configuration, calling the global 7500 a “business jet” is a bit of an undersell.
The Bombardier Global 7500 is as sophisticated as a jet can be. From an aerodynamic standpoint, Bombardier created the Global 7500 with a newly designed transonic wing, which allows improved efficiency in comparison to traditional wings. The computer systems within the Global 7500 is next level generation technology. The Global 7500 boasts its own onboard maintenance system along with Bombardier Vision flight deck, making the Global 7500 the most technologically advanced business jets in the world.
Since its inception, the Global 7500 has set new standards in every category from luxury to performance. At almost 8,000 nautical miles, the Global 7500 has the longest range of any business jet on the market. The entire interior of the Global 7500 is integrated with the smartest technology available, from the cockpit to the baggage compartment.
If your mission is to fly from New York to, virtually anywhere in the world, the Global 7500 is the go to. The creature comforts for both passengers and pilots, are unrivaled and impressive. The impressive performance of the Global 7500 makes fuel stops obsolete, ensuring pure satisfaction for any passengers.