The Bombardier Global 7500 makes ABACE debut in China


Bombardier Global 7500 taxiing at Montreal

Montreal, April 11, 2019 – The Bombardier Global 7500 aircraft, will make its first public appearance in China at the Asian Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition (ABACE) from April 16 to 18, 2019. It will be the aircraft’s first presence at an airshow since it entered service.

“We are thrilled to have the game-changing Global 7500 aircraft on display at ABACE,” said Khader Mattar, Vice President of Sales for the Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific and China, Bombardier Business Aircraft. “With its range, comfort and smooth ride, the Global 7500 aircraft is ideally suited to meet the needs of business jet customers in the Greater China region.”

Interest in this unique business jet has only intensified since the Global 7500 aircraft entered service at the end of 2018 and continues to surpass expectations in terms of cabin experience and performance.

The Global 7500 aircraft’s published range of 7,700 nautical miles is the longest in business aviation. It can connect the cities of Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong non-stop to the cities of New York, London or Milan. This aircraft can also fly nonstop from Singapore to Vancouver.

The Global 7500 aircraft provides invaluable access to demanding, long-range flights in an environment of spaciousness, comfort and productivity. The elevated cabin experience aboard the Global 7500 aircraft is on display during an ongoing world tour, during which visitors have praised the aircraft’s intuitive design and cabin innovations.

Within its four true living spaces, the Global 7500 aircraft offers a fully-equipped kitchen and a master suite with a permanent bed and stand-up shower available. The aircraft also debuts Bombardier’s patented Nuage seat, meticulously designed for maximum comfort, and the revolutionary nice Touch cabin management system, featuring business aviation’s first application of an OLED display.

Bombardier is proud to be participating at ABACE 2019, where the large-cabin Global 6000 and the Challenger 350 will be on display alongside the Global 7500 aircraft.