Global Express

The Global Express was designed to fly long distances at a high speed between any two points on the globe and need only one refuelling stop. The Bombardier Global Express was the first of 4 business aircraft models erected by Bombardier Aviation to contend in the new ultra-long range large-cabin request. It has a range of 6,700 nm at Mach 0.80. The design was inspired by the former Canadair CL- 600 and Bombardier CRJ, with analogous fuselage sampling, T- tail, and bodies.

The Global Express filled the top- end of the Bombardier product line. Blazoned in October 1991, the first flight took place on October 13, 1996 and Canadian type instrument was granted in July 1998.

In the cockpit is a six-screen Honeywell Primus 2000 XP EFIS suite. Until the product of the Gulfstream G650, the Global Express had the largest cabin in its class.

For long- distance flights, the Global Express can reach pets of 488 knots, and reach 499 knots when cruising at high speed. The engines themselves are BMW/ Rolls- Royce BR710A2- 20 turbofans, which produce 14,750 pounds of thrust each on take-off. The Global Express can climb to 37,000 bases in nineteen minutes. Its maximum certified flight ceiling is 51,000 bases, but it generally cruises around 42,000 bases–well above most marketable and private aircrafts.

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Important Specifications

Aircraft Type
Ultra Long Range
Bombardier Aerospace
Aircraft Range:
Cruise Speed
510 kts
Cabin Dimensions.
48'4" x 8'2" x 6'3"
Baggage Capacity:
Cabin Volume

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