The Global 7500 entered service in late 2018 and currently stands alone as the longest range and largest purpose-built business jet to enter service. Its competitors – The Falcon 10X, Gulfstream G700 are still under development and will enter service over the next coming years.
The Global 7500 has four true living spaces, a full-size kitchen, and a dedicated crew suite and can fly over 7700 nautical miles non-stop with a top speed of Mach 0.925 and seating to accommodate 19 passengers.
Bed and shower suite
The Global 7500 has an outstanding cabin which features home luxuries including a permanent bed and a true stand-up shower! You could practically live in this aircraft. After a long flight you wake up feeling refreshed after a good night sleep on board the bombardier global 7500 and refreshed after a nice warm shower ready for the business day ahead.
Dedicated crew suite
The cabin is configured to accommodate the crew in good comfort thanks to a permanent and accessible through suite designed for maximum comfort and privacy in long-haul flights ideal for all members flying aboard the aircraft.
The $73 million global 7500 has so much to offer in its cabin and exceptional performance. This is an aircraft which will be hard to beat setting the highest standards in business aviation with expectations met by the elite.
Passenger Capacity 19
Range: 7,700 Nautical Miles (14,260 km)
Cost: $73 million (New)
Top Speed: 0.925 MACH
The Bombardier Global 7500 has changed the face of business aviation flexing its muscles on competitors and setting new standards in the industry for the Ultra Long-range Business Jet.
The Bombardier Global 7500 is the longest range and largest purpose-built business jet to enter service
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