The Global Express can travel all the way from New York to Tokyo without refueling, and further distances require only one refueling stop. While first launched by Bombardier Aerospace in 1993, the first flight happened October 13, 1996 after all tests and safety inspections were completed. The Global Express has the same fuselage cross section and length as Canadair Regional Jet, but there is where the similarities end. The Global Express has an innovative T-tail and a supercritical wing featuring a thirty-five degree angle and winglets with contemporary design. Two turbofans, BMW Rolls Royce with FADEC, power the jet airplane.
This jet is available for VIP, business, and private use as well as a military craft when receiving a few significant modifications. Corporations, businesses, and individuals can charter one of these high-tech aircraft. The Global Express offers convenience, professional service, and fast flying to destinations worldwide.
The jet aircraft provides comfortable travel with ergonomic seats, gourmet dining and much more space than commercial airlines offer. For those grueling, lengthy trips, the Global Express is the ultimate travel experience. There are two to four crewmembers and room for eight to nineteen passengers. The cabin floor area is 335 square feet and the cabin height is over 6 feet so passengers can stand up. The Global Express will get passengers to their journey's end safely, in luxurious comfort, and the trip will be expressly quick with cruising speeds of over 560 miles per hour.
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