The Global 6500 is a twin-engine, large-category business jet that is produced by Canadian manufacturer Bombardier. Part of the company’s Global series of business jets, the Global 6500’s first flight took place on Jan. 31, 2018.
Following the completion of its flight-test program, the Global 6500—which, along with the Global Express and Global 6000, is based on the BD-700-1A10 type— received type certification from Transport Canada in the third quarter of 2019. From a design perspective, the Global 6500 is an upgraded version of the Global 6000 which offers improvements that include Rolls-Royce’s Pearl 15 engine and aerodynamic changes to the wing.
The Global 6500 can accommodate a maximum of 19 passengers in addition to the two required crew. Those passengers are accommodated in a cabin that has a length of 43 ft. 3 in.— measured from the cockpit divider to the “aft most” portion of the cabin, excluding the airframe’s baggage compartment—width of 7 ft. 11 in. and height of 6 ft. 2 in., with that width promoted as being the “widest in class.”
Wide-open living spaces, refined interior design, sheer comfort, total performance and a smooth ride are all synonymous with Global business jets. The Global 6500 aircraft will reshape your expectations and thrill your senses with a stunning cabin, new engines and leading-edge wing technology for a heightened flight experience that is quintessentially Global 6500.
Global 6500 LARGEST CABIN
The widest-in-class cabin provides a spacious environment to push the boundaries of interior design with three distinct living spaces maximizing movement and privacy.