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Global 6000/6500 Specifications

Global 6000 Business Jet

The Global 6000 is a ultra long range large cabin class business jet introduced in 2006 and is a current production aircraft produced by Bombardier. The aircraft is powered by two BR710A2-20 engines producing 14,750 lbf each, allowing the Global to carry 8 passengers an NBAA IFR range of 6,000 nm. The Global 6000 provides seating for up to 17 passengers in the pressurized flat floor cabin, and seating for 3 crew, and features the Global Vision Flight Deck. Operators of the Global 6000 can expect an average operating cost around $5,150 per hour.

Global 6500

Receiving type certification in late 2019 the Bombardier Global 6500 offers improvements on its predecessor with featuring a optimized wing design, along with new Rolls-Royce Pearl engines. These enhancements provide the Global 6500 with a reduction in fuel consumption while adding an additional 600 nautical miles of range for a total NBAA 8 pax IFR range of 6,600 nautical miles.

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Global 6000 / 6500 – Specifications

Global 6000 Global 6500
NBAA 4 or 8* Pax IFR Range 6,000 nm* 6,600 nm*
High Cruise Speed (ktas) 499 499
Long Range Cruise (ktas) 470 470
Max Payload (lbs) 5,770 5,770
Takeoff Distance (SL, ISA, MTOW) 6,476 ft  6,370 ft
Service Ceiling (ft) 51,000 51,000
Powerplant BR710A2-20 x2 RR Pearl x2
Thrust per engine (lbf) 14,750 15,125
Avionics Global Vision Global Vision
Est Cost Per Hour $5,150 $4,900
Passengers + Crew 17+3 17+3

Global 6000 / 6500 – Dimensions

Global 6000 Cross Section

Cabin Length (excluding baggage) 43 ft 3 in
Cabin Width 7 ft 11 in
Cabin Height 6 ft 2 in
Aircraft Length 99 ft 5 in
Wingspan 94 ft
Aircraft Height 25 ft 6 in
Internal Baggage 195 cu ft

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