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Bombardier Global Express XRS

Introduced in 2003, the Global Express XRS is an upgraded version of its ultra-long-range, large cabin predecessor, the Global Express, which it replaced in 2005. With greater range and an improved design, the Global Express XRS can seamlessly complete international and intercontinental flights in extraordinary style and comfort. As an improvement upon an already legendary jet, the XRS won Robb Report’s “Best of the Best” award in 2011, with the magazine’s Private Aviation Advisory Board member Bill Quinn stating, “If cabin size and long-range performance are what’s needed, then the Global Express XRS is ideal.”

Global Express XRS Features

Interior

The XRS retains the excellent cabin space of the Global Express, one of the largest in the heavy business jet category. The cabin measures 6.3 feet high, 8.2 feet wide, and 48.4 feet long, with a total volume of 2,140 cubic feet. All that space can be divided into three separate living zones, which can be dedicated to business, dining, or relaxation. A full galley and two lavatories are available. A total baggage capacity of 195 cubic feet is accessible internally, giving passengers the opportunity to access their items while up in the air.

The jet’s executive style leather seats have reclining capabilities for ultimate comfort. With an Ultra Electronics active noise and vibration cancellation system, passengers aboard Bombardier’s Global Express XRS can enjoy a productive and relaxing work environment. Natural light illuminates the cabin from the jet’s 20 windows, and the XRS’s improved LED lighting can be adjusted at the flick of a switch.

Performance

The XRS is powered by dual Rolls-Royce Deutschland BR 10A2-20 turbofan engines, each producing a powerful 14,750 lbs. of thrust. Due to the immense power generated by the engines, the aircraft has a range of 6305 nautical miles (with four passengers), and can travel at a high-cruise speed of 574 mph. The aircraft is rated for a ceiling of 51,000 feet, allowing it to avoid air traffic and poor weather conditions, and can climb to 37,000 feet in just 20 minutes.

One specific upgrade that Bombardier implemented when designing the Express XRS is the wing layout. By decreasing the wing size, Bombardier was able to make the aircraft travel faster while reducing drag and turbulence during flight. A 1,486-pound fuel tank at the wing root also helps increase the aircraft’s range. Additionally, Bombardier modified the aircraft to facilitate landing and takeoff at lower speeds by implementing four sections of aluminum slats.

Avionics

The XRS is equipped with the user-friendly Honeywell Primus 2000xp avionics suite. This advanced suite provides pilots with Bombardier’s second-generation Enhanced Vision System, along with a Heads Up Display and Central Aircraft Maintenance System to provide the pilot with comprehensive flight information. There’s also a dual electronic flight information system, six 8-by-7-inch multifunction displays, a dual Rockwell Collins digital radio altimeter, and an artificial horizon and heading indicator. These instruments help minimize the pilot’s workload, resulting in enhanced safety for all passengers and crew aboard.

Interior*

Make:
Bombardier
Max Passengers:
13
range
6305 miles
Cabin Width:
8.27 feet
Cabin Height:
6.35 feet
Cabin Length:
48.45 feet
Baggage:
33
Golf Club Baggages:
43
Cabin Volume:
2140 cubic feet
Internal Baggage Volume:
195 cubic feet

Exterior*

External baggage Volume:
0 cubic feet
max takeoff weight
98000 lbs
landing weight
78600 lbs
max payload
4800 lbs
max fuel payload
2408 lbs
fuel
44642 lbs
normal cruise airspeed
488 KTAS
long range cruise airspeed
471 KTAS
service ceiling
51000 ft

*Specifications are based on manufacturer data and may vary from those of the specific aircraft sourced for your flight.

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