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Bombardier sells four Global 6000s to undisclosed customer

Posted 2 January 2019 · Add Comment

Bombardier announced that it has sold four Global 6000 business jets to an undisclosed customer, in a deal estimated to be worth US$310 million.



With an advanced wing design, the Global 6000 aircraft has the widest cabin in its class.

The Premier cabin available on the Global 5000 and Global 6000 aircraft was inspired by the Red Dot Award-winning interior aboard the Global 7500 business jet.

The Global 6000 can travel 6,000 nautical miles (11,112 kilometres) at Mach 0.85 with eight passengers and can link Moscow to Los Angeles non-stop with eight passengers and four crew members.

The Bombardier Global 6000 aircraft offers the most available electrical power in its category in its standard configuration via four variable frequency generators and an auxiliary power unit for greater reliability on long missions. The Bombardier Vision flight deck offers a head-up display with both Enhanced and Synthetic Vision. 

 

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