In May 2022, Bombardier announced the Global 8000. It promises the “world’s fastest and longest-range purpose-built business jet, innovatively crafted with the industry’s smoothest ride, healthiest cabin, and lowest cabin altitude.”
According to the OME, “With its innovative Smooth Flex Wing and super-efficient Passport engines, the Global 8000 jet features a top speed of Mach 0.94 – the fastest business jet in the skies.”
Current Global 7500 operators will be able to retrofit their aircraft to experience the incredible performance enhancements on the Global 8000 aircraft.
NetJets has been announced as the launch customer for the Global 8000.
2024 is forecast for first delivery
Ultra Long Range Cabin
Cabin Size & Passengers
Up to 19
7,500 nautical miles
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A new Bombardier Global 8000 is listed at $82 thousand
The Global 8000 was originally announced in 2010 along with the Global 7000 (which became the Global 7500) as a rival to Gulfstream’s G650. The Global 7500 will be phased out when the Global 8000 enters service in 2025, according to Bombardier.
The Global 8000 aircraft will have a four-zone cabin and is expected to be similar to the Global 7500. Buyers can choose a Principal Suite with a full-size bed and a stand-up shower in the en-suite.
The Global 8000 has a range of 7,900 nautical miles, which is slightly more than the Global 7500’s range of 7,700 nautical miles. This means that the Global 8000 can fly non-stop from cities like New York to Hong Kong or Singapore to San Francisco.
The new price of the Global 8000 is estimated to be $82 million.