Bombardier Launches Global 7500 and 8000 Executive Cabin Interior


Bombardier unveiled a three-cabin executive layout for its Global 7500 and 8000 business jets at NBAA-BACE 2022 in Orlando.

The new configuration was developed in response to customer feedback for a multi-zone workspace. It consists of an office suite, a c suite for more privacy and a conference suite.

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Part of the executive layout is a new multifunctional footstool called Cloud Cube that doubles as a table. “It’s flexible, elegant and multifunctional,” said Eric Martel, President and CEO of Bombardier, during NBAA-BACE 2022. “Innovation continues to be an integral part of Bombardier’s DNA.

“We’ve had a lot of customer feedback asking to make the cabin a workspace environment from launch.”

The Global 7500 ultra-long-range business jet began operations in 2018. Bombardier announced a planned 2025 entry-into-service for the Global 8000 at the EBACE airshow in Geneva, Switzerland, earlier this year.

Martel said, “The Global 8000 is the flagship of a new era with the industry’s best cabin altitude and certified at 0.94M.”

Bombardier recently opened service centers in Singapore and Melbourne, Australia, and will officially open service centers in Miami Ops and Biggin Hill in London in the coming weeks. Miami Ops is the company’s largest service center. The company is also pushing its refurbishment program hard – around 500 Bombardier aircraft change hands every year and the company aims to capture a large share of the market.


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