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Bombardier Global 7500 (Global 7000)

Business / VIP Passenger Jet

Bombardier Global 7500 (Global 7000)

Business / VIP Passenger Jet


The Bombardier Global 7000 business jet is currently under development with a scheduled service entry date sometime in 2018.
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ORIGIN: Canada
YEAR: 2019
STATUS: In-Development
MANUFACTURER(S): Bombardier Aerospace - Canada
OPERATORS: Australia; Switzerland; United Kingdom; United States

Unless otherwise noted the presented statistics below pertain to the Bombardier Global 7000 model. Common measurements, and their respective conversions, are shown when possible.
LENGTH: 110.89 feet (33.8 meters)
WIDTH: 104.00 feet (31.7 meters)
HEIGHT: 26.90 feet (8.2 meters)
WEIGHT (EMPTY): 56,802 pounds (25,765 kilograms)
WEIGHT (MTOW): 106,252 pounds (48,195 kilograms)
ENGINE: 2 x General Electric "Passport" turbofan engines developing 16,500lb of thrust each.
SPEED (MAX): 593 miles-per-hour (955 kilometers-per-hour; 516 knots)
RANGE: 8,401 miles (13,520 kilometers; 7,300 nautical miles)
CEILING: 51,001 feet (15,545 meters; 9.66 miles)


Series Model Variants
• Global 7000 - Original, Base Series Designation
• Global 7500 - Redesignation of May 2018.


Detailing the development and operational history of the Bombardier Global 7500 (Global 7000) Business / VIP Passenger Jet.  Entry last updated on 1/28/2019. Authored by Staff Writer. Content ©
Canadian-based Bombardier Aerospace is looking to find success with its upcoming, in-development "Global 7000" business market / VIP travel jet. To date, orders with Australia (AVWest), Canada (London Air Services), Switzerland (Comlux / VistaJet Holding SA) and the United States (NetJets) are confirmed though the program has experienced mounting delays to the point that service entry is not expected until sometime in 2018 - a full two years from the original plan. The aircraft will compete in the long-haul market covering such routes as Washington, D.C. to Beijing. It sees direct competition from offerings such as the Gulfstream G550/G650 family as well as Airbus and Boeing bizjet products.

Its outward configuration is traditional as business jets go. The aircraft seats its two all-new General Electric "Passport" turbofans (developed specifically for the Global 7000 platform) on stub wings to either side of the aft fuselage and these engines represent a high-bypass design engineered to deliver 16,500 lb of thrust while promising improved fuel efficiency and reduced emissions output. The cockpit is accordingly held at the extreme front of the tubular fuselage and is of an all-glass approach for its crew of two. Side-stick controlling is the standard as is Fly-By-Wire (FBW) assistance. The passenger section can seat eight in luxurious comfort and sports four separate living quarters. A crew sleeping area has been added as well. The wing mainplanes are low-mounted appendages and swept back while being capped by winglets as another efficiency measure. The tail unit is of single-finned design with high-mounted horizontal planes fitted and forming a traditional "T" shape.

The current Bombardier Global lineup includes the Global Express, Global 5000 and Global 6000 as well as the upcoming Global 7000 and Global 8000 marks.


November 2016: The Global 7000 completed its first-flight.

January 2018 - A fifth Global 7000 prototype has made it into the air for flight testing. This took place on January 30th, 2018. Service entry is still planned for the latter-half of 2018.

May 2018 - Bombardier has redesignated its Global 7000 product line as the Global 7500.

September 2018 - the Global 7500 has received its Canadian type certification.

October 2018 - The Global 7500 is on pace to receive its U.S. and European certification before the end of the year.

December 2018 - Bombardier delivered its first Global 7500 corporate jet on Thursday, December 20th, 2018. Nine deliveries are planned into the new year and a further thirty-nine for 2020.

January 2019 - Bombardier has secured the rights to the Global 7500's wing design from Triumph Group to streamline in-house assembly and support of the members for its aircraft line.

General Assessment

Values are derrived from a variety of categories related to the design, overall function, and historical influence of this aircraft in aviation history.
MF Power Rating
The MF Power Rating takes into account over sixty individual factors related to this aircraft entry. The rating is out of 100 total possible points.
Relative Maximum Speed
Hi: 750mph
Lo: 375mph
This entry's maximum listed speed (593mph).

Graph average of 562.5 miles-per-hour.
City-to-City Ranges
Graph showcases the Bombardier Global 7000's operational range (on internal fuel) when compared to distances between major cities.
Aviation Era
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Unit Production (0)
Comm. Market HI*: 44,000 units
Military Market HI**: 36,183 units

  * Commercial Market High belongs to Cessna 172.

  ** Military Market High belongs to Ilyushin Il-2.

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Supported Roles
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A2A=Air-to-Air; UAV=Unmanned; CAS=Close Support; ASW=Anti-Submarine; AEW=Airborne Early Warning; MEDEVAC=Medical Evac; EW=Electronic Warfare; SAR=Search-Rescue
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Military lapel ribbon for Operation Allied Force
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Military lapel ribbon for the Golden Age of Flight
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Military lapel ribbon for the Indo-Pak Wars
Military lapel ribbon for the Iran-Iraq War
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Military lapel ribbon for the 1982 Lebanon War
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Military lapel ribbon for the Spanish Civil War
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