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Bombardier debuts Global 7000 mock-up at Jetex Private Terminal in Dubai

Posted 4 January 2018 · Add Comment

Bombardier and Jetex have announce that the Global 7000 mock-up will be on display at the flagship Jetex Private Terminal in Dubai from January 11 to February 3, 2018.


The full-size mock-up will make its debut in the Middle East to showcase the aircraft’s unparalleled spaciousness, luxury, and comfort, as well as its high-end, fully equipped kitchen.

“We are proud to collaborate with Jetex to showcase the industry’s most innovative business jet. The Global 7000 aircraft offers no compromise in terms of range, cabin space and comfort, and it will set the standard for a new category of business jets,” said Khader Mattar, Vice President, Sales, Middle-East, Africa, Asia Pacific & China, Bombardier Business Aircraft. “The Middle East represents a huge growth opportunity for aircraft manufacturing; we are excited that the mock-up will be on display in Dubai so that customers can discover why the Global 7000 aircraft offers the smoothest ride and is the perfect home away from home.”

Jetex CEO & President Adel Mardini added: "Jetex is delighted to collaborate with Bombardier to offer our guests an opportunity to step on board the stunning Global 7000 aircraft. We believe the synergies in our businesses make the Jetex Private terminal in Dubai an ideal venue for the regional debut of this incredible triumph of engineering. Our facility is among the largest of its kind worldwide, and delivers unprecedented levels of luxury, comfort and dependability to the same clientele who will ultimately own this wonderful aircraft."

Guests will be able to explore the full length of the cabin, from the cockpit to the bedroom, full-size kitchen and luggage bay at the rear. The Global 7000 aircraft will be the first and only aircraft in its class to offer four living spaces and a dedicated full-sized crew suite.

Its crafted interior will incorporate bespoke living areas where passengers can work, dine, sleep and relax in unparalleled luxury and comfort. The Global 7000 mock-up features a dining area, entertainment lounge, en-suite master bedroom and private washroom. The fully equipped kitchen features a large cooking surface and high-end appliances, as well as room for dinnerware and glassware, offering a sense of home comfort. The interior of the aircraft will be highly customizable, enabling owners to create the ultimate in-flight experience by configuring the cabin to reflect their personal tastes. 

The Global 7000 aircraft, the world's largest purpose-built business jet, has a top speed of Mach 0.925 and a remarkable 7,400 nautical mile range, allowing it to connect the world’s most expansive city pairings while delivering the ultimate smooth ride.

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