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11:55 (15:55UTC) - October 30, 2017 - Quebec, Canada, by Sylvain Faust
Excellent news on the Bombardier Business Jet front, the new Global 7000 aircraft is very popular and Bombardier is taking orders years in advance. The Global aircraft employees that were relocated to others groups like the CSeries and Avianor for example are being called back.
We know already that the Global 7000 is sold-out until 2021… From what I hear, it is further than that.
Bombardier Business Aircraft group is actively at work to increase the aircraft production.
As you know, all Bombardier Global aircraft are assembled at the Bombardier Dowsview, Ontario facility. The aircraft are then flown to Bombardier Montreal-Trudeau Completion Centre to have its luxurious and high-tech interior installed and finely adjusted to the taste and needs of its buyer.
To be expected is growth at both facilities.
In the future, will Bombardier decide to retain the Q400 assembly line workers (also at Bombardier Downsview) to be allocated to the Global assembly line? If that's the case, could the Global also start using more space, space currently in use by the Q400 assembly line? Why would the Q400 require less space? Eum… let me think again… if you're new here… go check my section, pull the top left "hamburger" menu and go to "Sylvain Faust's Notes".
There is no doubt; the Global 7000 (and 8000) are dedicated to an amazing success.
No other Business Jet Aircraft has it all. Payload, Speed, Range, Luxury, high technology and with the Best Comfort, thanks to its heavy wing loading already present on the Global 5000 and 6000. It also features the very successful CSeries fly-by-wire technology. The Global 6000 has a wing loading of 97.5 lb/ft2, the key to a smoother ride and better response to gusty winds.
November 4, 2016 will be the first anniversary of the maiden flight of the first Global 7000 flight test vehicle (FTV1).
Today Bombardier has four (4) Global 7000 flying completing its certification tests. The last test aircraft, FTV5, will be flying soon and joining the other aircraft in Wichita where is located Bombardier Flight Test Centre. This is also the area where are located the CSeries FTVs (FTV1-FTV8 and P1).
FTV4 is the Global 7000 you might have seen, all painted, the first with its interior. Quickly after its first flight it made its public debut at NBAA in Las Vegas last month with an amazing success winning the Robb Report's 2017 Best of the Best award with also its brothers the Global 6000 and Challenger 350.
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