Bombardier’s Global 7000 has changed the name to Global 7500 in the backdrop of its performance improvements that are reaching new heights and constantly surpassing expectations. The $72 million ultra-long-range jet has reportedly increased from 7,400 nm to 7,700 nm and has a top speed of 0.925 Mach assuring dependable reliability and improved fuel efficiency. What’s more? The plane would be able to fly halfway around the world in style without a stop.
The 111-ft jet can reach a cruise altitude of 51,000 ft and can board around 19 people. Global 7500 reportedly has the widest cabin in its class and is featured with luxurious interiors, having enough space to have four living spaces including a full-size kitchen and a dedicated crew rest area. The four sections namely club suite, conference suite, entertainment suite, en-suite, and private suite are well-equipped to meet the diverse needs of fliers. And, the entrance section has amenities including dual convection and microwave ovens, sink and faucet, coffee and espresso machine, and chilled storage. The luxury and comfort is also reflected in the seating experience, which has the patented revolutionary deep recline of the Nuage seat that is the first new seat architecture in business aviation in 30 years. The cabins are customisable which includes a permanent bed and stand-up shower. Furthermore, the extra-large windows make the living spaces bring and an ideal environment for quiet reflection, business productivity, and conversations.
The jet features a sophisticated air management system, which reportedly delivers 100% fresh air, and includes turbo heat, and turbo cool features. The avionics feature advanced fly-by-wire technology and has large displays, Enhanced Vision System (EVS), Head-Up Display (HUD), and Synthetic Vision System (SVS). And, a hi-tech wing design with exceptional wing loading allows the jet to deliver the smoothest flight for a ride quality in the industry.
Apart from which, the Global 7500 aircraft is also the recipient of a 2018 Red Dot Award for Product Design (in the ships, trains, and planes category).