Charter operator Global Jet has added three aircraft to its fleet, including two new aircraft – a Bombardier Challenger 350 and a Dassault Falcon 8X – and a newly refurbished Gulfstream 200.
The Falcon 8X is based in Geneva, Switzerland. The aircraft has the longest cabin in the Falcon family and a range of 6,100 nautical miles (11,297km). The cabin is 13m (42ft 8in) long, 2.34m (7ft 8in) wide and 1.88m (6ft 2in) tall. Global Jet’s Falcon 8X was manufactured in 2019 and can accommodate 14 passengers. The cabin is divided into three sections, enabling passengers to work in the forward cabin, dine in the middle cabin and relax on the divan in the aft cabin. The aircraft features a large one-sided galley opposite a crew rest and is equipped with two lavatories. Equipment includes Ka-band wi-fi (at an additional cost), satphone and AVOD IFE.
The super midsize Challenger 350, manufactured in December 2019, is based in Paris, France. The cabin is 7.7m (25ft 2in) long, 2.18m (7ft 2in) wide and 1.82m (6ft) tall. The aircraft is configured with nine seats; the layout includes a double club in the forward cabin and an aft cabin with a three-place divan opposite a two-seat club. Travellers will be able to enjoy Ka-band wi-fi and satphone at additional cost, a complete range of entertainment features, and the latest audio system. The design is modern and elegant, featuring shades of grey.
The Gulfstream 200 was manufactured in 2006 and refurbished in September 2019. It is based in Madrid, Spain. The cabin is 7.44m (24ft 4in) long, 2.19m (7ft 2in) wide and 1.92m (6ft 3in) tall, and the aircraft also offers a large baggage compartment. The range is 3,800 nautical miles (7,037.6km) at Mach 0.85. The aircraft is configured for 10 passengers. One particularity of this aircraft is the aft cabin, which features a conference table with four seats opposite a two-place divan. There is also a galley and aft lavatory.
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