Bombardier Global 7000

Global 7000With its four distinct living spaces, the Global 7000 business jet provides unparalleled spaciousness, luxury, and comfort, in a homelike environment that can be as productive or as leisure-friendly as any moment demands. Seats position you perfectly to take in the view from the largest cabin windows in its category. Enjoy exquisite dining experiences at a table for six, journeying non-stop between key cities such as London and Singapore. Relax, sleep, and refresh in the tranquility of a private stateroom, reaching more of your world faster, more luxuriously, and better prepared.

Global 5

Global 3


General characteristics

  • Crew: 2-4
  • Capacity: 10-19 passengers
  • Length: 111 ft 2 in (33.8 m)
  • Wingspan: 104 ft 0 in (31.7 m)
  • Height: 27.0 ft (8.2 m)
  • Powerplant: 2 × General Electric Passport turbofans, 16,500 lbf (73.4 kN) each
  • Cabin length: 54 ft 7 in (16.69 m)
  • Cabin width (centerline): 8 ft 2 in (2.49 m)
  • Cabin width (floorline): 6 ft 11 in (2.11 m)
  • Cabin height: 6.25 ft (1.91 m)
  • Cabin Total Volume 2,637 ft³ (75.67 m³)


  • Maximum speed: Mach .90 (516 kt, 955 km/h)
  • Cruise speed: Mach .85 (487 kt, 902 km/h)
  • Range: 7,300 nmi (13,520 km)
  • Service ceiling: 51,000 ft (15,545 m)
  • Basic Operating Weight: 56,800 lb (25,764 kg)
  • Maximum Ramp Weight: 106,500 lb (48,308 kg)
  • Maximum Takeoff Weight: 106,250 lb (48,194 kg)
  • Maximum Zero Fuel Weight: 62,500 lb (28,350 kg)
  • Maximum Fuel Weight: 47,450 lb (21,523 kg)
  • Balanced field length (SL, ISA, MTOW): 5,950 ft (1,814 m)
  • Landing distance (SL, ISA, MLW): 2,810 ft (856 m)


  • Bombardier Vision flight deck
  • Head-Up Display System (HUD), Enhanced Vision System (EVS) and Synthetic Vision System (SVS)
  • Graphical Flight Planning
  • Weather radar with enhanced functionality like windshear detection

List price: $72.4 million

The aircraft is currently under development (expected 2016) and the design and design tolerances remain to be finalized and certified.


Gulfstream’s Extended-Range G650ER Business Jet Enters Service


Speed and range are key parameters for those who use business jets, and the new Gulfstream G650ER, which first reached customers ahead of schedule in mid-November, aims to deliver on both. Among the new breed of large-cabin ultralong-range business jets, the extended-range version of the top-of-the-line Gulfstream G650 can carry an extra 4,000 pounds of fuel, thanks to an advanced fuel-quantity monitoring system and other upgrades, increasing the range by 575 miles—enough to cruise 8,600 miles, connecting New York to Hong Kong nonstop or Los Angeles to Melbourne, Australia. The jet can cruise at nearly 600 mph (Mach 0.85). Its nearly 47-foot-long cabin carries over from the G650, with plenty of space for up to 18 passengers. Amenities include 16 extra-large oval windows, 100 percent fresh air refreshed every two minutes, and a low maximum cabin altitude of about 4,000 feet. Owners can choose from 12 floor plans or create their own custom layout.



Gulfstream will continue to sell the original G650, which has been flying since 2012. Current owners of the G650 can have their jets converted to the G650ER at a cost of about $2 million. The G650ER will compete with Bombardier’s Global 8000, expected to start deliveries in 2017, which will have a maximum range over 9,000 miles. The G650ER sells for a starting price of $66.5 million.