World’s Most Expensive Business Jet – Bombardier Global Express XRS


Tagged as the world’s most expensive jet, the Bombardier Global Express XRS is the most luxurious as well as the most accomplished business jet ever built! Accommodating the desires of the most sophisticated and demanding traveler with no compromises, no other aircraft in its class flies you faster, farther. Building on its Global Express heritage and raising the bar yet again, this extraordinary aircraft offers even greater cabin comfort, enhanced performance and further advanced technology for increased productivity and peace of mind. Balancing comfort, speed and range in a way that maximizes each with agile brilliance, the Bombardier Global Express XRS corporate jet places you at the top of your game and the world in the palm of your hand. Ready to fly with only 30 minutes warning, no other intercontinental business aircraft takes you faster, farther than the this XRS. Powered by Rolls-Royce BR710, flying at altitudes of up to 51,000 ft (15,545 m), this high performance aircraft has exceptional range, carrying eight passengers and a crew of four 5,450 nautical miles nonstop at Mach 0.87, 6,150 nautical miles nonstop at Mach 0.85 and 6,500 nautical miles nonstop at Mach 0.82 — bridging Tokyo and New York, or Moscow and Los Angeles, nonstop. More images follow……..

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Offering the ultimate in spaciousness, privacy, luxury and comfort one can soak in a well-appointed aft stateroom with its own amenities. Nothing has been overlooked in providing the ideal “13-hour-plus” environment. Numerous enhancements are evidence of the even more enlightened approach to passenger comfort and productivity that Bombardier has taken with the Global Express XRS. To make it more luxurious, this aircraft can be personalized through the many finishing touches that make it your own. Blavish states that all this for a price of $49.3 million for just the jet itself.
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