First Global 7000 Logs 100 Hours; FTV2 To Fly Soon
The New Bombardier Global 7000 Logs 100 Hours; FTV2 To Fly Soon
The first Bombardier Global 7000 flight test vehicle, FTV1, has now amassed more than 100 hours of flying. FTV2 will soon join the flight-test fleet as the program moves toward certification and entry into service in the second half of 2018. (Photo: Bombardier Aerospace)
Bombardier Aerospace’s Global 7000 program is “progressing” solidly, with the sole flight-test vehicle, FTV1, having completed more than 100 hours of flight testing to date, the Canadian aircraft manufacturer announced today. FTV2 is also now complete and has been moved to its dedicated pre-flight bay ahead of its first flight, which is expected “shortly.” for the Global 7000.
Global 7000FTV1 “is showing a high level of maturity, demonstrating that we have captured the lessons learned from the C Series
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