Global 5000

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Ultra Long Range Jets
Bombardier Aviation
Estimated Hourly Cost
Take-Off Distance
5,540 ft / 1,689 m
Landing Distance
2,207 ft / 673 m
4,800 nm / 5,524 mi / 8,890 km
Max Cruise Speed
587 kt / 676 mph / 1,088 km/h
Cruising Altitude
51,000 ft / 15,545 m
Cabin Altitude
5,680 ft / 1,731 m
Cabin Height
6 ft 2 in / 1.88 m
Cabin Width
7 ft 11 in / 2.41 m
Cabin Length
40 ft 9 in / 12.42 m
Baggage Capacity
195 cu ft / 5.52 cu m

Requested Routes

London Luton Airport, London, U.K. (LTN / EGGW) to Addison Airport, Dallas, TX (ADS / KADS)

La Isabela Dr. Joaquin Balaguer International Airport, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (JBQ / MDJB) to Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport, Madrid, Spain (MAD / LEMD)

Athens International Airport, Athens-Spata, Greece (ATH / LGAV) to Macdonald-Cartier International Airport, Ottawa, Canada (YOW / CYOW)


BOMBARDIER GLOBAL 5000 (2005-2020)
When the Global 5000 was introduced, Bombardier dubbed it “the world’s fastest” ultra-long range private aircraft. It is meant to be smaller and quicker than its predecessor the Global Express, allowing users to prioritize dependability and speed over the Express’s extended range capabilities. The Global 5000 is capable of flights between London and Mumbai, as well as between Paris and Chicago non stop! The Global 5000 was announced on October 25th, 2001 and launched on February 5th, 2002. The first aircraft flew on March 7th, 2003. It was introduced in April 2005 and three years later in April 2008, Bombardier lifted its MTOW (max takeoff weight) which increased its speed to Mach 0.85 range to 5,200 nautical miles. The Global 5000 aircraft, which can transport up to 16 passengers on long-haul trips, was built to help keep you efficient and productive equipped with the ideal setting for business meetings, sleep, and relaxation. Bombardier announced on May 27th, 2018 that it was updating the 5000 to the Global 5500. It entered service in late 2019.

Bombardier spared no expense in designing the Global 5000’s cabin. The passengers may not even notice the usable cabin is almost a foot smaller than that of the Global Express. The bulk of space was saved by consolidating the crew rest and galley spaces (the oversized galley of the Global Express was reduced to a full-sized one in the Global 5000). The primary passenger area in the cabin was reduced by only 10 inches.Despite the shorter fuselage, the cabin has ample space for passenger comforts and business equipment. The full-sized galley is equipped with a microwave, espresso machine, areas for preparing and storing hot and cold meals, as well as a bespoke china and silverware set. The cabin is equipped with a Rockwell Collins Cabin Electronics System (CES), which includes high-speed internet, LAN connections, satellite television, a multimedia system (with a multi-disc CD player, two DVD players, and 3-D maps), wireless phones, and scanners, as well as several touch screens for system control.The interior is quiet and tranquil; sound insulation has been enhanced over the Global Express to ensure that cabin noise is around 52 dB while cruising at altitude. A new window design bathes the interior in more natural light, making it feel more open while improving the bountiful views. Powerful and long-lasting LEDs illuminate the interior in a more efficient manner.

Two rear-mounted, industry leading Rolls-Royce Deutschland BR710A2-20 turbofan engines power the Global 5000. Each engine generates 14,750 pounds of thrust, a performance level achievable even in temperatures of 95°F. The Global 5000’s maximum range is 4,800 nautical miles (5,520 miles) while cruising at 567 knots (0.85 Mach). It cruises at a top speed of.89 Mach, or 593 knots. It has an extremely short takeoff range: when fully loaded to its maximum takeoff weight of 87,700 pounds, it can take off in less than 5,600 feet. The jet can reach an altitude of 43,000 feet in 23 minutes.

For the Global 5000’s flight deck, Bombardier selected the Honeywell Primus 2000XP avionics system. TCAS 2000, EGPWS, GPS, and a Central Aircraft Information Maintenance System (CAIMS) which assists private jet mechanics with troubleshooting. The Crew Emergency Vision Assistance System (EVAS) is an optional feature that provides the crew with backup oxygen masks and smoke goggles. Once the device is activated, bags of pure air inflate over the flight control screens and windshield, allowing pilots to see clearly and fly even in a smoke-filled cockpit, while additional passenger safety equipment is available.

The second generation of the Global series from Bombardier is designed for those who want transcontinental and transoceanic range but do not require more than 10 hours of nonstop flight. Bombardier’s already-impressive reputation in the private jet industry has been enhanced by the Global 5000. CharterJets Inc. features the newest and highest safety rated Global 5000’s available. Reach out today to discuss your upcoming travel!

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