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Business Aircrafts Are Extravagant, But Bombardier's Global 7500 Tops Them All
Bombardier’s Global 7500 is “a new class of business jet.” Originally founded in 1989 as a subsidiary of Bombardier Inc., and it has since produced some of the finest examples of technologically superior aerospace engineering. Today, Bombardier Aviation accounts for over two thirds of its parent’s global revenue.

Business Aircrafts Are Extravagant, But Bombardier's Global 7500 Tops Them All

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And with marvels like their Global 7500 jet, it’s no wonder! For starters, it is intended to serve as an extension of your office and simultaneously incorporate the comfort of home, which so many of us seem to long for when travelling.

A virtually endless variety of customizable floorplans with no less than four separate living spaces, a dedicated crew suite and a kitchen will allow you to “stay close to home wherever you fly”. Each living space can be personalized to your liking, offering an immeasurable array of furnishing arrangements and designs.

While we’re on the topic of furnishings, let’s talk a bit about the Nuage seats found throughout the aircraft. Bombardier claims this type of seat to be “the first meaningful change in the operation and design of a business aircraft seat in 30 years.” A deep recline is now made possible by the ingenious tilt link system and a tilting headrest offers remarkably plush head support.

I mean, Global 7500’s range of 7,700 nautical miles leads me to believe that it’ll probably be taking you on some long haul flights, so it only makes sense to equip it with the best aircraft seating available. You wouldn’t exactly want to fly from Los Angeles to Sydney (yes, it can do that in a single go) in an economy class-type seat, would you?

The jet’s Club Suite features “creates the perfect environment for quiet reflection, conversation and business productivity.” featuring four executive Nuage seats and two concealable side-tables. A total of six large windows allow for a generous amount of natural light to enter the cabin and a wall-mounted TV will entertain passengers when it’s time to take a break from work-related activities.

Next, you will find the exquisite Conference Suite, a sophisticated dining and meeting space fit for a CEO (or six, that being its maximum seating capacity). A second high-definition TV is conveniently placed in this area, and just look at the size of that dining table!

When you do get hungry, “the industry’s largest and most well-appointed kitchen” will have you covered. It was developed in collaboration with the world’s finest cabin crews “to prepare the most varied meal selections”.

Global 7500’s Entertainment Suite is an immersive multimedia theater packed with a (third) large TV, a high-definition sound system and an entertainment cabinet with media storage. You may watch your favorite series or enjoy the music of your choice from the comfort of a fashionable three-place divan.

Finally, the most impressive of all remains the jet’s Master Suite, where you can “discover the soothing tranquility of home.” Its full-sized bed will have you forget you’re even on a flight, accompanied by a plethora of other optional furnishings to personalize your experience, including a concealable side table, the familiar Nuage seat and a corner entertainment cabinet.

Just a few steps away, the En Suite comes equipped with a stand-up shower, enormous wardrobe and private lavatory.

Bombardier’s Global 7500 isn’t just a business jet, it’s your flying office space and luxury home! If you ask me, I’d probably refuse to get off this thing when reaching my destination.

 
 
 
 
 

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