NetJets Takes First of 20 Global 7500s On Order

The ultra-long-range jets will be the largest aircraft in the fractional company's fleet.

Fractional-share giant NetJets recently took delivery of the first of an order for 20 Bombardier Global 7500s, which also marks the aircraft manufacturer's delivery of the 1,000th Global. Accepting the 7500 at a ceremony at the Canadian airframer’s Montreal facility was NetJets president of sales, marketing, and services Patrick Gallagher.

“The Global 7500 adds a new dimension to our long-range aircraft offerings,” said Gallagher. “At a time when demand for our aircraft is at its highest, our strategy is focused on continuing to deliver solutions that meet our owners’ needs and expectations.”

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Inside Bombardier’s Global 7500

Currently the world’s largest purpose-built business jet.

Bombardier’s series of long-range, large-cabin jets began with the Global Express, which first flew in 1996 and began deliveries in 1999. Since then, Bombardier HAS introduced additional variants of the twinjet, starting with the Global Express XRS and followed by the 5000, 6000, 5500, 6500, and the largest in the series, the 7500, which has a 7,700-nautical-mile range.

The Global 7500 is set to become the flagship and largest jet in the NetJets fleet.