The Bombardier Global 6500 and 6000 are ultra-long-range private jets designed and manufactured by Bombardier Aerospace. They are part of the popular Bombardier Global family of business jets, which includes the Global 5000, Global 5500, Global 7500, and Global 8000.
Aerocorner writes of the Global 6500, “Impressive cabin, present-day engines and leading-edge wing technology – features that are synonymous with the Bombardier Global 6500. This Bombardier’s new variant of Global Express definitely unites speed, efficiency, and long-range for an intensified experience in flight.
Ultra Long Range Cabin
Cabin Size & Passengers
Up to 13
5,890 nautical miles
Max Operating Speed:
195 cubic feet
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A new Bombardier Global 6000 is listed at $46 million
The Global 6000 was introduced in 2011 as an upgrade to the Global Express XRS. The Global 6500 was introduced in 2018 as an upgraded version of the Global 6000.
The Global 6000 and 6500 have a 6.25 feet cabin height, a width of 8.17 feet, and a cabin length of 48.35 feet. It features three passenger zones, with front and rear lavatories.
The Global 6000 features a range of up to 6,000 nautical miles (6,904 miles) and a maximum cruise speed of Mach 0.89. The Global 6500 features an increased range of up to 6,600 nautical miles (7,593 miles) and a maximum cruise speed of Mach 0.90.
The pricing for the Global 6500 starts at around $56 million, while the pricing for the Global 6000 starts at about $45 million.
At its ceiling of 51,000 feet, the Global 6000 maintains a cabin altitude of lower than 6,000 feet, a remarkable figure and one that helps assure passengers will arrive at their distant destination refreshed and ready to go. The cabin itself is a work of art, though I got to enjoy it only while on the ground — pity. For the 6000’s cabin, Bombardier designers created a sleek, elegant and clean design that is also smartly laid out and comfortable even for the long haul.
The third cabin zone is separate from the others if you’re looking for a bit of peace and quiet, and it includes direct access to the lavatory and coat wardrobes. It also provides comfortable sleeping space: two seats turn into single beds, and a large divan converts into a double bed for longer flights.
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Every one of the 14 seats on the NetJets Global 6000 is equipped with fold-out foot rests, which can join up and create seven beds if you don't have a full flight.