December 22, 2020
Our Guide to the Bombardier Global 6000
A Large Business Jet Designed for Productivity
Bombardier released the Global 6000 into service in 2012 as a direct descendant of the highly-successful Global Express. It was manufactured through 2019 as a competitor of the Gulfstream G650ER or Dassault Falcon 8X, large business jets capable of flying long distances without stopping.
In the case of the Global 6000, the jet can fly up to 12 hours, guided by a two-person crew, without layovers or refueling. A massive jet with a 94-foot wingspan and more than 99 feet long, nose to tail, the Global 6000 is powerful and built for productivity in the air. Indeed, it is one of the most well-equipped jets in the world and makes travel a pleasure for C-suite leaders taking care of business around the world.
Bombardier Global 6000 Specifications
Two Rolls-Royce BR710A2-20 turbofans and 14,750 lbf of thrust power this record-setting aircraft capable of routes like Aspen, Colorado to London; London to Tokyo; London to Mumbai; and Delhi to Lisbon. One of the fastest and longest-flying jets on the market, the Bombardier Global 6000 gets your company’s leaders where they need to go by soaring to 51,000 feet at 488 knots.
See the table below for more information on this business jet’s capabilities.
Bombardier Global 6000 Range
Bombardier Global 6000 Distances
Bombardier Global 6000 Performance
Maximum Speed: 488 kts
Max. Operating Altitude: 51,000 ft
Bombardier Global 6000 Operating Weights
Max Landing Weight: 78,600 lb
Operating Weight: 52,230 lb
Maximum Payload: 5,770 lb
Inside the Plane Cabin of This Large Private Jet
With the widest cabin in its class, the Bombardier Global 6000 offers more room than its competitors and plenty of amenities your company’s leaders will appreciate as they spend hours aboard. The full-height cabin that’s 6 feet, 2 inches tall; 7 feet, 11 inches wide; and 43 feet, 3 inches long. It is separated into three spacious zones.
Upon entering, pass through a sound-insulating entry door with closeout curtains for the cockpit. Passengers proceed through the well-appointed galley that includes an oven, microwave, sink and faucet, coffee/espresso machine, ice drawer, chilled storage, and work surface and past a lavatory with a mirror, vanity, and sink. The latest models have wood or stone flooring as options in these cabin areas; older versions of this business jet may not have the same finishes. Near the galley is a dedicated and private crew rest area for taking breaks on long-haul flights, as well as a wardrobe for personal items.
Passengers pass through a sound-insulating sliding door to enter the main cabin, where they’ll find flexible seating arrangements for up to 17 passengers, including executive seating in a club configuration and a conference table. Each seat swivels 180-degrees, tracks, reclines, and is berthing-capable for peaceful sleep; the three-seat divan also converts to a sleeping area. The interior baggage compartment is 193 cubic feet, large enough to stow 20 to 30 medium suitcases.
Each executive seat has its own dedicated side ledge tables, and the cabin includes a credenza that stores the entertainment equipment. The media center includes HDMI and USB ports. Two 24” high-definition monitors, in-flight internet, and wireless music streaming capability on the newest models make the cabin feel a lot like home when the work day concludes. Advanced soundproofing materials and proprietary design techniques contribute to the quietest flight ever; this large business jet achieved the lowest in-class sound levels.
Inside the Cockpit of the Bombardier Global 6000
The cockpit is just as well-appointed as the passenger areas of the plane, with double-stitched leather seats, brushed metallic controls, and carbon fiber accents (on some model years), which blends with the cabin design.
The industry-leading flight deck reduces pilot workload and makes flying the Bombardier Global 6000 more efficient and safe. Two pilots utilize the Rockwell Collins Pro Line Fusion suite, with four high-definition screens and synthetic vision augmented reality capabilities on the head-up display. MultiScan weather radar, enhanced vision system, graphical flight planning, and the latest performance-based navigation, controller pilot data link, and high-speed SATCOM are all part of the Bombardier Vision flight deck.
Benefits of Flying in the Bombardier Global 6000 Plane for Sale
With the development of the Bombardier Global 6000, the manufacturer made its wings flexible. Thus, the wings absorb more energy from turbulence and smooths out the ride. Combined with an extremely quiet cabinet, this is one large business jet conducive to work, play, and rest.
Bombardier Global 6000 Ownership and Operational Costs
To buy a brand-new Global 6000, your company can expect to pay about $63 million. Pre-owned Bombardier Global 6000 aircraft sell for between $23 and $44 million, depending on flight hours, cycles, maintenance, and upgrades.
Those planning to fly at least 450 hours per year need an annual budget of about $2.5 million, which breaks down to a total hourly cost of nearly $6,000, including fuel. The total annual budget includes both fixed and variable costs, and can vary by location.
Finding Bombardier Global 6000 Airplanes for Sale Near You
To locate the private jet for sale that will best suit your business needs and budget, contact an International Aircraft Dealers Association (IADA) Accredited Aircraft Dealer. Accredited dealers and brokers promise efficient and ethical business transactions as they represent you and your interests. These reputable dealers offer their extensive private aviation industry experience and connections to aviation service providers that only decades-long relationships can provide. You won’t regret placing an immense amount of trust in an IADA Accredited Dealer.
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