An Inside Look of the World’s Largest Private Jet

The Bombardier Global 7000 aircraft is reigning as the largest purpose-built business jet in the high-flying community featured with four living spaces and a permanent crew rest area. The new aircraft worth £55m ($73m) reportedly extends around 39m and can fly up to 19 passengers at a speed of Mach 0.925.

The Global 7000 was on display recently at the National Business Aviation Association’s flagship industry trade show in Las Vegas from October 10 to October 12, 2017. And, the Montreal-based company reiterated that the aircraft would make an extension of both home and office.

Bombardier Global 7000

Bombardier Global 7000. Credit: Bombardier

The four living spaces offer comfort, unparalleled space, and interior design flexibility. The deck is said to blend with high-tech avionics and exclusive aesthetics and ergonomics. Passengers can reportedly experience tranquillity and ultimate luxury options with stand-up shower in the En Suite. Meanwhile, the Master Suite is said to be featured with a permanent bed, and an array of options that can make one feel completely at home. And, the crew can enjoy privacy and comfort, in the well-equipped crew rest area. The passengers would also enjoy exclusive entertainment experience with the state-of-the-art fibre optic supporting fast connection speeds.

Bombardier Global 7000.

Bombardier Global 7000. Credit: Bombardier

The promotional photos from the Bombardier show a double bed in one room, a conventional flying space with plush seats, and an eight-seater sofa in front of the TV in another room. The long-range plane has immense attention to detail and is inclusive of a wardrobe and a vanity set.
It is also reported that around eight planes, which are currently in production have already been sold, and the waiting list runs up to 2021. Meanwhile, the first eight that have been tested since last year with over 900 hours on the clock would make their debut next year.

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