Bombardier Global Express XRS

For intercontinental travel, the Bombardier Global Express XRS is by far the most luxurious and time effective way to fly.

Boasting an exquisitely appointed leather interior and room for up to 13 passengers, the Global Express can be configured in an assortment of cabin layouts depending on the length of your journey; including the option to convert the rear cabin to a bedroom with queen size bed.

With a fully equipped kitchen, in-flight wifi (additional charges apply) and entertainment system, this aircraft is the quintessential example of a bespoke private jet which can be tailored to create your perfect flight experience.

All flights are staffed by two pilots and one flight attendant, providing the maximum level of safety, service and comfort.

For intercontinental travel, the Bombardier Global Express XRS is by far the most luxurious and time effective way to fly.

Boasting an exquisitely appointed leather interior and room for up to 15 passengers, the Global Express can be configured in an assortment of cabin layouts depending on the length of your journey; including the option to convert the rear cabin to a bedroom with queen size bed.

With a fully equipped kitchen, in-flight wifi (additional charges apply) and entertainment system, this aircraft is the quintessential example of a bespoke private jet which can be tailored to create your perfect flight experience.

All flights are staffed by two pilots and one flight attendant, providing the maximum level of safety, service and comfort.

Bombardier inc. is a multinational manufacturer of regional airliners, business jets, and equipment for public transport. Its aviation division, Bombardier Aviation, is headquartered in Montreal and its public transport division, Bombardier Transportation, is headquartered in Berlin.

The company manufactures the Bombardier CRJ700 series regional airliners as well as the Bombardier Global Express, the Bombardier Challenger 300, and the Bombardier Challenger 600 series business jets. Learjet is a subsidiary of Bombardier.

The company was founded as a manufacturer of snowmobiles; however, it sold that line of business in 2003.

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