10 Things You Didn’t Know About the Bombardier Global 6000

The Bombardier Global 6000 is the leading business jet in the industry. The jet was the dream of Bill Lear and became a reality through Canadair. Today the Bombardier Global 6000 is used by many businesses to transport workers from coast to coast whether engaging in business or relaxation. The business jet is similar to a commercial jet with special safety features and high speed capabilities. Yet it provides an intimate setting to conduct business or rest between important meetings. Here are 10 things you didn’t know about the Bombardier Global 6000.

1. Bill Lear to Canadair

Bill Lear started his career in aviation in 1931. He helped develop aviation electronics and instruments. After selling his interest in his company, Lear Incorporated, in 1962 Bill Lear working on a variety of projects. After resigning as Chairman of Lear Jet in 1969, Lear had a lot of ideas. One of his designs was for a small business jet that would handle like a commercial jet. Lear sold the exclusive rights to produce and develop his design to Canadair in 1976.

2. Bill Lear’s design

Bill Lear’s design for a private business jet, the LearStar 6000 Business Jet, that handled like a commercial airplane was rough. However, it consisted of a wide fuselage that would allow for a bigger cabin to accommodate seating configurations and allow for passengers to walk about the cabin. This was a feature that no other business aircraft had at the time. Lear’s plan also called for a super critical wing to add to the safety and abilities of the private business aircraft.

3. CL-600 Challenger

Canadair altered some of Bill Lear’s plans but the basic concept remained the same. Canadair renamed the concept jet CL-6000 Challenger. In order to secure government funding for the project, Canadair strategically used Bill Lear’s name when selling their idea to the Canadian Federal Government. Canadair was able to secure financing from the government for the project.

4. Testing

The first CL-6000 Challenger business jet was impressive. The jet measured 63 x 53.3 feet. It flew at Mach 0.85. It had a 3,910 mile gas range. It seated up to 14 passengers. The first prototype took off from Montreal, Quebec in 1978. Unfortunately, not all test flights of this new executive business jet were successful. In 1980 one of the test pilots was killed when the jet stalled over the Mojave Desert and there was a failure to release the parachute.

5. Safety

Traveling in the Bombardier Global 6000 is as safe as flying in a commercial jet. The plane’s Avco Lycoming ALF 502L turbofan engines have the ability to fly at a speed of 552 miles per hour. The jet has long range cruising airspeed capabilities of 497 miles per hour. Its fuel capacity is 3,912 miles.

6. Specs

The Bombardier Global 6000 is made for safety and comfort as you travel from coast to coast conducting business or relaxing between important meetings. The large cabin space provides separate areas for relaxing or meetings. The Bombardier Global 6000 provides for two crew members. The large galley has plenty of storage for food and drinks. The cabin is roomy with a 6.1 foot high ceiling and is 8.2 feet wide so you can comfortably walk around. It accommodates 9 to 12 passengers. The lavatory is comfortable and spacious.

7. Comfort

The Bombardier Global 6000 is meant for comfort. As you travel for your business needs, the bizjet provides a roomy quiet cabin. Whether you are conducting business or relaxing between meetings, the Bombardier Global 6000 provides the best atmosphere. The cabin is roomy so you can walk around. The seating is comfortable and ergonomic. The walls of the cabin are soundproof so you can conduct your meetings or rest with low noise and low vibration levels.

8. Business

Of course the Bombardier Global 6000 is meant for business. When conducting business meetings while flying from coast to coast, the Bombardier 6000 has everything you need. The cabin management system is top of the line. The wifi connection is powerful and fast. You can connect and display documents quickly and efficiently. You can also watch movies and live stream.

9. Other uses

Not only is the Bombardier Global 6000 used for business ventures. The powerful airplane is used for civil and military purposes by several countries. It has been reconfigured for use by the air forces of the United States, Canada, Australia, China, Croatia, Czechoslovakia, Germany, South Korea and Denmark. It has civilian uses in governments including the US, United Kingdom, Canada, Turkmenistan, United Arab Emerites, Coratia, Czech Republic, Jordan, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Switzerland, Qatar and Pakistan.

10. Price

The Bombardier 6000 prides itself in having high quality and comfort with a reasonable price. The cost for a Bombardier Global 6000 depends on how many add ons it has. A Bombardier Global 6000 will generally cost between $3,250,000 and $9,250,000.


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