Bombardier’s new Global 7000 and Global 8000 aircraft will feature a high-speed cruise of M 0.90, these aircraft are designed to outperform all others, connecting more key city pairs non-stop worldwide through a combination of outstanding range, fuel efficiency and balanced field length.
Cabin features common to both new aircraft include: maximum natural light through new enlarged windows, a generous baggage suite that is accessible during flight, a crew rest area equipped with berthable seating, a spacious galley with optimized meal preparation and storage possibilities, an innovative approach to cabin zones, giving customers more flexibility and choice when defining their floorplan, and innovative design options that bring the comforts of home to the aircraft environment.
Both aircraft will also feature the most up-to-date version of the Global Vision flight deck and the advanced connectivity capability of a leading-edge cabin management system to ensure the highest levels of convenience, comfort and control ever presented in a business jet.
The Bombardier Global 7000 is due to enter service in 2016 and the Bombardier Global 8000 the following year. The Global 7000 and 8000 will cost about $65 million and will beat the high-speed range of the $58.5 million Gulfstream G650 .
Source: Luxuo via Bombardier