The Global Express was the pioneer of ultra-long-range private jets. At the time of its release, no other private jet had a cabin nearly as large, nor could any jet make such long-range direct flights like New York to Tokyo or Paris to Singapore. The Global Express offers everything an airliner does – range, comfort, and speed –- without the hassle. The cabin of the Global Express is designed to offer maximum comfort and amenities for the duration of long, transoceanic flights. The cabin can be configured to hold between thirteen and nineteen passengers in a space that is 6.3 feet high, 8.2 feet wide, and 48.4 feet long. The cabin can be divided into three areas for increased privacy in conferences. Two fully-enclosed lavatories are located in the cabin, one of which can be equipped with a shower, if desired. Extensive cabin insulation cuts down on noise, and improved engines produce less audible vibration. There is a wide range of standard and optional cabin amenities, including a 17 channel satcom, fax machine, cabin entertainment system with VHS, DVD, and CD players, as well as individual video screens and a full-sized galley.

Technical Specifications

Seats 13-17 Seats
Height 6 ft 3 in
Width 8 ft 2 in
Length 48 ft 4 in
Range 6,000 nm
Manufacturer Bombardier Aerospace
Speed 499 knots
Max Altitude 51,000 ft.
Baggage 195 cu ft
Lavatory Full
San Jose Airport

Mineta San José International Airport