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Sunday, December 10, 2017


The cabin mockup of the new Cessna Denali, a clean-sheet turboprop featuring a six-seat executive interior, large aft cargo door that is reminiscent of the Pilatus PC-12’s, and power from a new fadec-controlled engine under development by GE Aviation.

The price of $4.8 million is close to the PC-12’s as well. Cruise speed is listed as 285 knots, full fuel payload 1,100 pounds and service ceiling 31,000 feet.

The Denali will have a range of 1,600 nautical miles at high-speed cruise with one pilot and four passengers, and will be able to fly from Los Angeles to Chicago, New York to Miami, or London to Moscow.

The airplane will also feature Garmin G3000 avionics with weather radar, terrain alerting, ADS-B Out and RVSM capability.

The Denali cabin features a standard configuration with six reclining seats and optional belted aft lavatory.

Cessna broke into a totally new unexplored field in the mid-sixties with the introduction of the first pressurized, air-conditioned aircraft with conference seating with the introduction of the Cessna Golden Eagle.

A derivative of the Cessna 411, the 421 had geared engines too which made it very quiet in the cabin.

The idea of a business machine that provided airline creature comforts in a compact package was new, and the introduction of the 421 in 1968 was truly cutting edge for Cessna.

Business travel was a new concept and there were few alternatives that could provide the comforts we were getting accustomed to having.

So what makes the A36 Bonanza such a great airplane, and lands it high on the dream list for many private pilots, next to other comparable aircraft like the Cessna 210? Reliability, comfort and performance.

This meant that they could draw on years of experience and knowledge, and deliver a reliable, dialed in model with a sleek, aerodynamic design right out of the gate.

The first Model 36, delivered in 1968, used a modified Model 33 Bonanza fuselage, which was 10 inches longer, with the length split fairly evenly for and aft of the wing.

This extra length allowed them to add a third row of seats, making it a six seat aircraft, and the largest single Beechcraft made.

The Model 36 also featured four cabin windows on each side, starboard rear double doors for the aft cabin, and a 285 hp Continental IO-520-B engine.


Buyers surely don't want the extra weight, but they're apparently willing to put up with it to get all the bells and whistles.

The Beechcraft Baron has a range of 900 miles and costs $600 an hour and up to charter.

The Beechcraft Baron has many variants but one thing it is known for is it's reliability.

The current company, Hawker Beechcraft Corp. (HBC), will sell around two dozen Barons this year.


The weight increase package requires the addition of new heavy-duty wheels and brakes, beefed up landing gear and higher-speed tires.

And it's not only the max takeoff weight that improves: landing, ramp, takeoff and zero-fuel weights are all increased.

Also included is a barrage of clever aerodynamic fixes using vortex generators, nose strakes, fences and hinge guards, which bring the stall speed way down and solve some sub-Vmc control issues present on the production version.

The feel of the 702P is pure business, with its cabin-style door and flush-riveted, stressed skin construction.

"The AEROSTAR" flies with a pair of 350 hp TIO-540s, and the speed ante has jumped from 235 knots to 261 knots (300 mph). The Aerostar Aircraft is definitely one of the most cost effective ways to travel. CENTRAL JET CHARTER Inc. "Aerostar Airplane."


That's the story of the 206, getting things done and making money in the process.

Whether carrying commuters from Seattle to the islands, hauling fish in Alaska, transporting patients in the Outback of Australia or delivering food and medical supplies to indigenous people in the mountains of Ecuador, the 206 is a utility airplane in the true sense of the word.

It's not an overstatement to say that it is still in production solely because of its utility.

Like any smart company today, Cessna is not in the business of building products for which there's not a demand. The 206 earns its keep.

The Turbo 206, with its big rear double doors and capacious cargo area, making it a great aircraft for air cargo. Utility has been at the heart of the 206 story since it was born nearly 50 years ago.

The airplane, which started life as the U206, U standing for utility, never attracted a wide audience as a personal airplane.

Featuring a Continental CD-155 liquid cooled in-line four-stroke 4-cylinder turbocharged engine with double overhead camshafts, direct fuel injection and common-rail technology.

Despite the increase in range, owing to the reduced fuel burn, the new Skyhawk gets a speed boost, allowing it to cruise as fast as 131 knots.

Daher-Socata’s TBM 900, the latest iteration of the TBM 700, is at least 14 kt faster than TBM 850, based on our flying both aircraft back-to-back.

It also needs less runway and climbs faster, plus it uses less fuel and is quieter both inside and outside.

On close inspection, it’s apparent that dozens of subtle drag-reducing mods were made to TBM 900, including adding inner main landing gear doors, recontouring the tail cone and reshaping the engine nacelle.

A small, sharp strake, ahead and below of the left wing leading edge, helps tame the entertaining, if not colorful, stall characteristics of earlier TBM models.

With its greater speed, TBM900 more effectively competes against light jets. It’s actually faster on a 600-nm mission and it burns 26% less fuel than the Cessna Citation Mustang, according to B&CA’s May 2014 Purchase Planning Handbook.

The cabin is nice too. It’s a standard club cabin, but Daher-Socata offers it in an easily convertible form as well. You can add a potty chair, but privacy is not ideal.I


The wide cabin door is on the left side. Folding steps and a rail makes entry and exit easy. An emergency exit is located on the opposite side.

The Pratt & Whitney Canada JT15D-5 engine deck has been embedded in the performance model so the thrust, air and fuel flows come directly from Pratt & Whitney Canada JT15D-5 test data.

In doing so, we have been realistic in the estimation of intake pressure recovery, bleed air flows and mechanical power extraction, all of which impact the engine performance.

It has carried out a detailed trade study and have found the optimum stall speed for the Stratos aircraft to be 63 knots. As this is above 61 knots, the FAA will require demonstration of increased crash worthiness which will require additional fuselage structural weight.

However, these are offset by savings in wing weight and, overall, 63 knots gives the best combination of weight, performance, field performance and low speed handling.

Saturday, December 9, 2017


To sweeten the deal, the Cheyenne I was some $100,000 less than the 620-shp model. A standard Cheyenne I came without wing-tip fuel tanks, but they were available as an option, and almost everyone anted up.

At the same time, the original Cheyenne was renamed the Cheyenne II. Nothing much changed but the name, though many still think the Cheyenne and Cheyenne II are two different airplanes. They aren’t.

There were some cabin changes but that was about it. In 1981, auto-ignition was first offered as an option.

For both individual, corporate owners and people who do Aircraft Charter, the early Cheyennes make sense as step-up purchases, as long as the combination of low price, low maintenance, and high-performance remains in vogue.

It also has sensor operator and observer stations, multiple communication radios, data link, and even a private lavatory. Each PC-12 NG Spectre is uniquely configured to meet the mission requirements the client.

Whether it is the large cabin, single pilot operations, long range, low operating costs, high speed, short-field capability, or precision Swiss engineering and construction, customers find the perfect balance of features to serve their needs in the PC-12 NG.

One of the unique attributes of the Pilatus PC-12 is its adaptability to perform a wide range of missions. Not only has this fact created a high demand for the Pilatus PC-12, but it also lends a versatility that owners find irresistible.

The time you spend within the PC-12 should be productive, enjoyable and comfortable. To bestow these qualities upon the cabin.

The design is of three-surface configuration, having both a small forward wing and a conventional tail plane as well as its main wing, with the wing spars passing outside of the passenger cabin area.

Design studies began in 1979 and designs were tested in wind tunnels in Italy and the United States in 1980 and 1981. A collaboration with Learjet to develop the aircraft began in 1983, but ended on 13 January 1986, with Piaggio continuing development on its own.

The first prototype flew on 23 September 1986. American and Italian certification was obtained on 2 October 1990.

Learjet's influence can be seen in the two "delta fins" mounted on the bottom of the tail, as found on most Lear jets; these devices help provide yaw stability and pitch stability at high angles of attack.

An improved Avanti II obtained European and U.S. certification in November 2005. Six months later, 70 planes had been ordered, including 36 by Avantair.


The G90XT also incorporates a series of safety features designed to significantly enhance single-pilot operations, including digitally controlled single-lever power.

The Nextant G90xt is an entry level, twin-engine turboprop that offers the best combination of overall value, performance, and cabin comfort in the category.

The Nextant process, first developed with the 400XTi remanufacturing program for the Beechjet 400/400XP, involves completely disassembling the airframe, replacing any worn components, installing fresh engines, avionics and interior and repainting.

The G90XT interior gets a new cabin shell and seats designed and manufactured at Nextant’s facilities in Cleveland, Ohio.


The C90 was next to be introduced in 1971, with a new cabin pressurization system that used bleed air from the engines (which increased cabin noise and reduced engine power).

The E90 featured a PT6A-28 engine in 1972, and in 1979, the F90 appeared with a T-tail, 750-shp engines, and a 600-pound increase in useful load.

The King Air typically has the club seating arrangement, and a fifth "side-facing" seat is available for the back.

The airplane is a seven- to ten-place, pressurized, all-metal, low-wing, twin-engine, turboprop airplane with retractable landing gear.

The Beech King Air is the world's most popular turboprop aircraft. Beech Aircraft Corporation developed the King Air in 1964 as a compromise between piston-engine and jet aircraft and the design quickly found success.


The King Air C90GTx features our famed square-oval design which provides more headroom and shoulder space for every passenger.

The versatile and roomy 227-cubic-foot interior is sophisticated and convenient in design. The cabin is equipped with 26 tuned vibration absorbers to keep the area quiet and comfortable.

The King Air C90GTx features Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21 avionics. This system offers simplified single-pilot operation to reduce pilot fatigue and reduce operating economics.

Pro Line 21 comes standard with full IFR certification, and the aircraft is fully certified for flight into known icing.

The four color, six range Rockwell Collins TWR-850 Weather Radar clearly identifies the intensity and level of targets, and turbulence detection to help avoid severe weather.

A total of 89 King Air 100s was built before being superseded in 1972 by the Model A100, which featured a gross weight of 11,500 pounds, greater fuel capacity, and four-blade propellers.

The B100 cabin typically is configured with seven seats, including a belted lavatory seat, and has a baggage compartment located aft.

Collins Pro Line avionics were offered as standard equipment on the B100, although some buyers opted for Bendix Gold Crown equipment.

The cockpit also included a Sperry SPZ-200A autopilot and Sperry Primus 300 weather radar.

Although the B100 has the same fuselage as the A100 and the Super King Air 200, the B100 had a higher gross weight (11,800 pounds) than the A100 and offers some modest performance advantages over its Pratt & Whitney-powered counterpart.


A pressurized model was developed, and was designated the King Air 90. Many variants followed, including the stretched King Air 100, and the further-stretched Super King Air 200 which was certificated in 1973.

The Super King Air 200 had a greater wingspan, increased operating weights, increased fuel capacity, and also introduced the venerable T-tail now seen on all larger King Air models.

In May 1980, the model B200, which featured the PT6A-42 engine and a bleed air sytem which increased cabin pressurization to 6.5 psi.

This went into production and remained an offering through 2007 with over 2000 aircraft manufactured.

The King Air B200 is powered by a pair of Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-42 turboprop engines flat-rated at 850shp to ISA + 26C, each driving a McCauley four-bladed, full-feathering, reversible, constant-speed propeller. Engine inspection interval is 3,600 hours.

The King Air B200 instrument panel includes the two-tube Collins EFIS-84, with the attitude display positioned above the nav display, and Collins APS-65H.


The enhanced payload option provides increased mission flexibility. Take your King Air where it’s never been before.

The legendary comfort of the King Air’s square-oval interior offers generous head and shoulder room, unmatched by conventional cabin cross sections.

The King Air 250 interior is furnished with finely crafted seats that are able to laterally track, swivel and recline.

Pro Line Fusion is an intuitive touch-screen flight deck that simplifies how we aviate, navigate and communicate.

Featuring standard synthetic vision and enhanced situational awareness, there is no need to search through FMS menus. It’s where the power of simplicity meets cutting-edge performance, durability and reliability.

Enjoy direct access to critical information such as waypoints, routing, weather and all flight planning tools. Pro Line Fusion allows for heads-up flying rather than searching through menus and pages of flight data.


The Super King Air family has been in continuous production since 1974, the longest production run of any civilian turboprop aircraft in its class.

It has outlasted all of its previous competitors and as of 2009 the only other aircraft in its class is the Piaggio Avanti.

The Beechcraft Model 300 King Air is a twin-engine turboprop corporate travel and utility aircraft with retractable landing gear.

It has a pressurized cabin produced by the US-American manufacturer Beech Aircraft Corporation, today Beechcraft a brand of Textron Aviation.

Raytheon King Air 300-series operators are among the most pragmatic people in the business aircraft community.

For them, the King Air 300 or 350 is the ultimate airborne passenger van: It's reliable, it's versatile, and its capabilities are unmatched by any other type of aircraft.

Friday, December 8, 2017




"KING AIR 350ER, Aircraft Charter!"

But the new ER (extended range) version is truly designed to fly a unique mission profile.

The 350ER could just as easily be called an SP for special missions, because that is what the airplane is designed to fly. An obvious special mission for an airplane with such fuel capacity is observation where loitering aloft with a big load of sensors is the goal. The 350ER can easily stay on station for more than 12 hours.

In many parts of the world there are simply not good options to stop for fuel because of big bodies of water, hostile terrain or even hostile populations, and the 350ER can bridge those gaps.

You could fly the big turboprop into rugged, out of the way runways to deliver or pickup people or cargo and have enough fuel to make the return trip to civilization.



Rugged trailing link landing gear allows for more confident, consistently smooth landings on both paved and unpaved surfaces.
Parker (Cleveland Wheels & Brakes) piston-actuated, hydraulic-operated single disc brakes allow for superior slowing and stopping ability and easier ground handling while taxiing.
Steerable nose gear utilizes an oleo strut with full castering capability that provides ample shock absorption and superior handling.
Control system combines cable, bell crank and push-pull rod systems, ensuring a positive, stable, controlled aircraft with smooth inputs throughout the flight envelope.

Fast and furious. The powerful 1200 HP Pratt & Whitney PT6A-67A engine placed on the aerodynamic airframe of the "The EPIC E1000 Private Aircraft" delivers true ‘jet-class’ performance.

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Its design facilitates use on fairly short runways at smaller airports, making it an ideal jet aircraft charter for travel to a wide variety of worldwide executive airports.



Passenger Capacity: 25 – 200
Lavatory: Full
Airspeed (MPH): 469
Range (nm): 5,600
Cabin Width: 11′ 6″
Cabin Height: 7′
Cabin Length: 79′ 2″
Baggage Capacity: 640 cu. ft.
The improved MAX 7 and 8 will fly farther, increase revenue and provide the lowest seat mile cost of any airplane in its class.

The BBJ Max 7, 8, & 9 family is Boeing's most successful aircraft range and the latest Max model - which is due to be delivered in 2017 with launch customer Southwest Airlines - was borne out the desire for airlines to have more fuel efficient planes.


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The airplane will open new markets and provide exceptional performance for high elevation airports and opens new opportunities for low cost carrier airlines. The improved BBJ Max 8 — A Better Way to Fly!

BBJ Max Efficiency delivers 8% lower operating costs than its main competitor. The new BBJ Max Advanced Technology winglet increases fuel efficiency by 1.8%.

BBJ Max Reliability – the benefit of 99.7% dispatch reliability is that an airline with a fleet of 100 737 MAXs will avoid delaying over 65,000 passengers


"Boeing Business Jet" delivers "BBJs" to its customers in "green" configurations.

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"BOEING BUSINESS JET (BBJ)" will oversees all details of this completion process from initial design, through engineering, fabrication, installation, testing and inspection.

"Boeing Business Jet" (sometimes called BBJ1) is based on the 737-700, and formed the basis for the 737-700ER. The "BBJ2" is based on the 737-800, and the "BBJ3" is based on Boeing's 737-900ER.


The Boeing Company and the General Electric Company announced the formation of a joint venture company, Boeing Business Jets, on 2nd July 1996.

The joint venture initiative was set up in response to the market demand for larger higher-capability business aircraft with a range of more than 6,000 miles.

The delivery of the first Boeing business jet was in October 1998 and more than 154 were ordered as of July 2011 (including BBJ, BBJ2, BBJ C and BBJ3), with more than 138 BBJ aircraft delivered worldwide.

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Along with a sky’s-the-limit range of options, customers will arrive feeling better rested, thanks to a cabin altitude of 6,500 feet, lower than the 8,000-foot cabin altitude of standard B-737.

The Boeing Business Jet 3 is the ultimate way to travel, nothing better in the world.

Besides comfort, the manufacturer guarantees that the owner will be able to fully relax, and even at the 12-hour non-stop flight.

Such amenities as spacious suite with a double bed, allowing you to enjoy a dream.

Four years after the appearance of BBJ2, based on the Boeing 737-900ER aircraft started designing business aviation BBJ 3.

Thursday, December 7, 2017


"The AIRBUS A318" joining the "A319," "A320" and "A321," it provides "Airbus" with one family of single-aisle aircraft that covers capacities from 100 to 220 seats.

"The Airbus A318 V.I.P. Airliner" takeoff weight choices of up to 66 metric tones provide airlines with greater operating flexibility and higher loads in operating the "A318," with a maximum flight range of 2,800 km.

"The AIRBUS A318" is equipped for premium service with seats that convert into full lie-flat beds, along with On Air connectivity for passengers.

The AIRRBUS A319" flights are covering greater distances and becoming more frequent, as people are generally growing taller and wider. It’s not you, it’s the seat. Demand the "Airbus" standard for personal space.

"The Airbus A319 V.I.P. Airliner" provide comfort without compromise, accommodating this modern comfort standard in full-service economy class for passengers, while still offering airlines great operating economics and fuel efficiency.

"The AIRBUS A319" Facilitates the "A319" onboard operational effectiveness is its digital cabin management system, which controls cabin-related tasks ranging from interior lighting, prerecorded messages and emergency evacuation signalling to potable water management.

Rapid turnaround times on the ground are further facilitated by the A320’s bigger passenger and service doors.

"The AIRBUS A320" is in widespread service around the globe on services that vary from short commuter sectors in Europe, Asia and elsewhere to trans-continental flights across the United States.

"The Airbus A320 Private Aircraft" enables choices of four-, five-, and six-abreast layouts with wider seats, along with opportunities for wider aisles and increased overhead storage bins. Rapid turnaround times on the ground are further facilitated by the A320’s bigger passenger and service doors.

Airbus launched its single-aisle product line with the A320, which continues to set industry standards for comfort and operating economy on short- to medium-haul routes.


It is ideally suited to transatlantic routes, and enables airlines to tap into new long-haul markets that were not previously accessible with current single-aisle aircraft.

The A321 benefits from operational commonality with its fellow A320 Family members, providing carriers with tremendous versatility in matching aircraft to specific route requirements.

All A320 Family aircraft share a single type rating – allowing pilots to fly any member of the Family after attending only one training course and enabling the same team of mechanics to maintain an aircraft.

With only minimal additional training, pilots also can transition quickly from these single-aisle jetliners to Airbus’ larger long-range aircraft quickly thanks to the unique family concept and their exceptional degree of operational commonality.

The industry-leading efficiency of Airbus’ A320 Family – of which the A321 is a member – is being further enhanced with its new engine option (NEO) jetliner versions.

The cabin offers five distinct zones from which literally hundreds of configurations are possible.

The interior measures 84.3 ft. in length and has an 8-ft.-9-in. cross section and 6 ft. 7 in. of headroom, with a private foyer entry, separate, fully enclosed dining area and an enclosed stateroom and en suite lavatory with stand-up shower.

According to Embraer, the 1000E has the largest in-flight-accessible cargo compartment in the market.

To cater to the varied and exacting tastes of customers, there are some 700 choices of fabric, 400 leather options, 60 different carpets and 35 veneers, and granite floor finishes.


The thousand hours a year, or more that it might fly for all of the abuse that implies. At least up at the front of the airplane, the 650 still has all the airliner trappings.

From the crew door back, however, it’s even clearer that the Legacy 650, which earned certification, is all business — or pleasure. The transformation from people mover to business machine is remarkable.

To create the jet, Embraer improved upon the large and comfortable cabin of the company’s successful Legacy 600 biz jet and added power, extra range, and enhanced avionics.

It also improved hot-and-high capability and even greater luxury to create an airplane that’s very much like the Legacy 600 but better in just about every way.

With upgrades such as upgraded avionics, greater fuel efficiency, and improved airfield performance and range, the G550 boasts a spacious cabin.

Allowing up to fourteen passengers to work productively or to stretch out and relax. The aircraft also provides a full-service galley.

The lineage of the Gulfstream V-SP can be traced back to the original Grumman Gulfstream I turboprop aircraft of the late 1950’s, but the evolution has been so extensive that the original form is hardly recognizable.

The Gulfstream G500 and G600 are new additions to the company's product portfolio that won't replace the G450 and G550.

The Gulfstream G500 is one of the newest private jets that Gulfstream makes.

The Gulfstream G500 goes for $5k an hour and up and can seat up to 15 passengers.

Private Jet Charter in the Gulfstream G500 is the ultimate experience!

The center cabin layouts also may be used in the aft cabin, but it’s also likely to be configured to feel like an executive retreat with room dividers, a sofa sleeper and a single work chair with table.

As noted, the manufacturer offers both forward and aft galley configurations, with close to two-thirds of customers opting for forward galleys.

Aircraft with a single sleeper chair in the forward crew rest compartment have three passenger seating areas in the main cabin.

Some operators forego the crew rest compartment and configure the cabin with four passenger areas.


The G500 and G600 feature an industry-leading cabin altitude of 4,850 ft/1,578 m at FL510 and 100 percent fresh air that circulates every two minutes.

The G500 is slated to receive type certification in 2017 and deliver in 2018. The G600 is projected to enter service in 2019

These aren't a redesign of the G550 and G650 series - they're "clean-sheet" aircraft. And, as always, their numbers, cabins and flight decks are simply stunning.

But once you're on board, you can fly around the planet faster and higher than on any commercial jet, in a cabin flooded with natural light and filled with air that is actually richer than what you breathe in cheaper planes.

With the G650, Gulfstream "established a new market segment for the whole industry." Until then,the G650 will remain the gold standard, and it's easy to see why.

And there won't be any real competitors until 2016/2017, when Bombardier's Global 7000/8000 is scheduled to go into service.

An ultra-long-range aircraft, the G650ER can travel up to 7,500 nautical miles (13,890 km) at a speed of Mach 0.85, or up to 6,400 nm (11,853 km) at the higher operating speed of Mach 0.90. This is an increase in range of up to 500 nm (926 km) over the original G650.

The G650 is currently the world's fastest civilian jet, (at least until the new Citation X receives FAA certification), and now Gulfsream is looking to claim a few new records for the ER variant.

A Gulfstream G650ER was flown 6,947 nm (12,866 km) from Los Angeles International Airport to Tullamarine Airport in Melbourne, Australia, at an average speed of Mach 0.86.

This flight was accomplished with fuel reserves well in excess of the National Business Aviation Association’s (NBAA) instrument flight rules (IFR) requirements and took 14 hours and 58 minutes into head winds of up to 13 knots.


The Global Express can be chartered for $5,150 per hour and up and the new ones cost $40 million and up.

The Global Express can fly intercontinental ranges without refueling or between any two points in the world with only one stop.

A total of 95 Global Express jets were built by Bombardier before 2011, and since the aircraft was re-branded as the Global 6000, more than 300 models have been delivered to customers.

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

The Global Express XRS will transport passengers at 89% the speed of sound or 590 miles per hour. The entire world is in the palm of your hand aboard this incredible aircraft.

Comfort was the most important factor incorporated into the design of the Global Express XRS. Bombardier accomplished just this very objective with incredible amenities.

Three separate cabin areas are incorporated into the design of the Global Express XRS. These separate zones and their respective lighting and temperature are all independently controlled.



"A superior cabin to better access your world in spacious comfort with cutting edge technology."
"Speed and range to fly Paris to Chicago or Berlin to Washington approximately one hour faster than the competitor."
"The Bombardier Vision flight deck presents unprecedented levels of awareness, comfort and control."

"GLOBAL EXPRESS 5000" can best leverage the noblest lineage of any Aircraft in "Business Aviation" today. The most exceptional aircraft experience available allows our world business leaders to meet at the juncture of sophistication and synergy.


"All-around performance to connect you more rapidly and efficiently to your world."
"Bombardier Vision flight deck provides pilots with unprecedented levels of convenience, comfort and control."
"A cabin designed for comfort, productivity, and the most rewarding in-flight experience."

Their higher ground clearance supports mission sensor installations, while their damage-tolerant airframes provide superior structural integrity for "Private Jet Charter."



"Unique, true four-zone cabin."
"Range to give you unprecedented non-stop city-pairings such as New York to Dubai and Beijing to Washington."
"Next generation high-efficiency engines contribute to low fuel burn and low emissions."

Mission-ready, the "The GLOBAL EXPRESS 7000" business jet flies farther unrefueled to more destinations, and can connect more key cities faster than any jet in business aviation today. It boasts a high-speed cruise, altitudes of up to 51,000 ft (15,545 m), and outstanding short-field capabilities allowing access to the most challenging airfields. The "Global 7000 Aircraft" elevates the performance and potential of the global leaders for whom it was designed.


The computers automatically correct for any gusts or turbulence that displace the 7X from its present flight path, which keeps the airplane traveling to where you want it to go, but also has the unintended effect of smoothing the ride.

Because the DFCS system instantly makes very small control movements when the 7X hits turbulence, the bumps, wallows and rolls that other airplanes experience are minimized.

That long and very flexible wing also helps damp out the jolts of turbulence that are transmitted to the cabin.

The fly-by-wire control technology, adapted from Dassault fighter aircraft, adds performance and safety benefits, including precise flight path control.



"World’s farthest-reaching business jet promises faster connections between the places you need to be."
"More cabin space, window area and uncompromising comfort than any aircraft in its class."
"Engines providing next-generation power and efficiency with low fuel burn and low emissions."

Set in the cabin’s quietest area, and with its permanent bed option, the aft stateroom provides ‘home-like’ master bedroom comfort and intimacy. The private en-suite amenities, luxuriously detailed, can also be furnished with a true stand-up shower.