Bombardier introduced the Global Express in 1996 it’s a large Cabin and ultra long range business jet. Capable of going between most of the world’s cities non-stop including NY to Tokyo. The Global Express is truly a global collaboration with parts being supplied from vendors from North American, Europe and Asia. Powered by Rolls Royce engines this modern airframe is giving Gulfstream a run for the title of “King of the corporate fleet”. With a cabin that almost 30 percent larger than the narrow bodied Gulfstream. Global owners have gained the bragging rights of having the largest corporate jet cabin. That is until the Gulfstream 650 goes into service.
Some Global Express XRS specifications: Cabin 6′3′” height, 8′3″ wide and 48′ long. Range an amazing 6325 NM with 12 passengers aboard comfortably.
Link to Technical specs.from Bombardier
IAS comments: The Global Express has the largest volume cabin of the business jets and excellent range. We consider the Global Express the Rolls Royce of business jet it’s roomy comfortable and excellent performer in all areas.
Choosing between Gulfstream and Global is like choosing between a Bentley and Rolls. They are both excellent aircraft aircraft. We recommend you try it out for size once you ride in a Global you never want to ride in anything else except perhaps a BBJ(Boeing Business Jet or ACJ(Airbus Corporate Jet), we’ll speak about those at a later date.
Click here to view: Global Express XRS Factsheet
Posted by: Ivan Klugman
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