Bombardier Global-5000 / Global-6000 / Global-7000
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Bombardier - Global-5000 / Global-6000 / Global-7000 - 2003 - Канада
Страна: Канада
Год: 2003


Бизнес-джет большой дальности, с экипажем из двух-трех человек
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Bombardier Global 5000

   Старт программы нового бизнес-джета Global 5000, облегченного и укороченного варианта Global Express, состоялся в феврале 2002 года, а первый полет был запланирован на март 2003 года. Сохранив силовую установку Global Express, самолет Global 5000 способен эксплуатироваться с аэродромов, имеющих более короткие ВПП и фактически занимает нишу между самолетами Challenger 605 и Global Express.
   Стандартное оборудование включает комплект авионики Honeywell Primus 2000XP, по желанию заказчика может быть установлена система Bombardier EVS (Enhanced Vision System). Канадский сертификат летной годности получен в марте, европейскии - в июле, а сертификат США - в сентябре 2004 года. Первый самолет поставлен неназванному ближневосточному заказчику в апреле 2005 года.
   Компаниями "Bombardier" и "Rockwell Collins" ведется разработка и испытания нового комплекта авионики Pro Line Fusion для самолетов семейств Global и Challenger, а также, возможно, Learjet. Начало эксплуатации комплекта Pro Line Fusion намечено на 2011 год. Комплект будет сертифицирован "Bombardier" как приборное оборудование кабины Global Vision.


ТАКТИКО-ТЕХНИЧЕСКИЕ ХАРАКТЕРИСТИКИ

   Bombardier Global 5000

   Тип: бизнес-джет большой дальности, с экипажем из двух-трех человек
   Силовая установка: два турбовентиляторных двигателя Rolls-Royce BR710-A2-20 тягой по 65,60 кН
   Летные характеристики: обычная крейсерская скорость 904 км/ч; максимальный практический потолок 15 545 м; максимальная дальность с 8 пассажирами и экипажем из трех человек при скорости полета М=0,85 - 9630км
   Масса: базовая эксплуатационная 23 061 кг; максимальная взлетная 41957 кг
   Размеры: размах крыла 28,60 м; длина 29,50 м; высота 7,70 м; площадь крыла 94,90 м2
   Полезная нагрузка: до 17 пассажиров или груз массой до 2341 кг
Global-5000
"Глоубал-5000" корпорации "Бомбардье" предназначен для межконтинентальных маршрутов
Global 5000 выполнил свой первый полет в 2003 году, он отличается от базового Global Express более коротким фюзеляжем и баками меньшей емкости. Дальность полета у 5000-го уменьшилась, но взлетно-посадочные характеристики улучшились. Обновлен интерьер салона.
Global 5000 по объему кабины уступает самолету Global Express, но обладает лучшими взлетно-посадочными качествами. Пассажиры получили возможность выполнять полеты на этом самолете с аэродромов, имеющих ВПП ограниченной длины и обычно расположенных в непосредственной близости от населенных пунктов.
16 января 2005г.: прототип сверхдальнего бизнес-джета Global Express XRS компании "Bombardier" (C-FCOI) завершил полет, длительность которого составила 4 часа 04 минуты. До конца года Global Express XRS поступил в эксплуатацию у первого заказчика - компании "Транснефть", ставшей первым в Европе покупателем данного самолета.
The range of business aircraft on display at NBAA reflects the sector's buoyancy. Although manufacturers are confident the market will continue to expand, limits on the availability of credit may have an effect on future growth.
На рулении самолет Bombardier BD-700-1A11 Global 5000 компании Qatar Executive
Following the embarrassing G20 incident, new aircraft were purchased and all the aircraft receive the most rigorous checks and maintenance.
Global 5000 14+03 gleams in its hangar at Koln-Bonn Wahn.
The first Bombardier BD-700-1A11 Global 5000 for the Luftwaffe (98+48, c/n 9395, ex C-GDCF) arrivet at Hamburg-Finkenwerder Airport on August 25, 2011 for delivery to the German Ministry of Defence, The aircraft flew direct from Montreal-Pierre Trudeau International Airport, Quebec, the same day, where it had been handed over to German Operating Aircraft Leasing, a subcontractor to Lufthansa Technik, itself responsible for the acquisition of the Global 5000s as part of the renewal of the German Government's VIP fleet. The aircraft departed Hamburg for Cologne-Bonn Airport on September 4 (and is seen there two days later) where it will serve with the Flugbereitschaft des Bundesministeriums der Verteidigung (Ministry of Defence Special Mission Flight) as 14+01. The other three will be delivered by the end of 2011.
Global-6000
The first Global 6000 Signature Series business jet was handed over to NetJets on November 29, 2012.
Bombardier Global 6000 C-GOEB during the ceremony on June 17, 2013 to mark delivery to Groupe Bollore. This example has the distinction of being the 500th Global series aircraft.
Global 6000 arriving in Wichita
A German Air Force Global 6000 14+05 visited during a hazy morning in February 2020, bringing diplomats from Germany and the EU to inspect the Rohingya refugee camp
United Arab Emirates Air Force Global Express 6000 1325 takes off from Robin Hood Airport, Yorkshire, on its August 31, 2018 delivery flight.
Global-6500
Bombardier surprised the business aviation community with the launch of the Global 5500 and 6500 aircraft.
Bombardier Business Aircraft President and CEO David Coleal with the Global 6500.
With both FAA and EASA certification expected shortly, Bombardier says the Global 5500 and 6500 are due to enter service on schedule later this year.
Bombardier Aviation president David Coleal speaking at the event to mark the service entry of the Global 6500 at Henderson Executive Airport, Las Vegas, on October 22, 2019.
The Bombardier Global 6500 recently handed over to HK Bellawings Jet, of Hong Kong.
South Africa's Executive Aircraft Refurbishment (EAR) attracts customers from Europe, North America, Australia, New Zealand and China, as well as many African nations
EAR customers benefit from the company’s large paint shop, state-of-the-art equipment and experienced team
'Nose-to-tail, every detail matters', EAR says of its spray paint and overhaul work
Refurbishment is not only a case of making an aircraft look and feel new, stresses Francois Denton of EAR
Global-7000
Bombardier Aerospace has flown the fourth and final Global 7000 flight test vehicle. The aircraft, colloquially known as Architect, is now at the company’s Wichita test centre validating the aircraft’s cabin and in-flight entertainment and connectivity systems.
THE FIFTH Bombardier Global 7000 flight test vehicle (FTV-5) made its first flight on January 30, 2018, marking a major milestone on the aircraft's road to entry into service, currently scheduled to occur in the second half of 2018.
The first Global 7000 C-GLBO during its maiden flight, which lasted two hours and 27 minutes and saw the aircraft reach 240kts (441 km/h) and 20,000ft (6,096m).
Global-7500
The Global 7500 is the largest and longest-range business jet offered by the Canadian manufacturer Bombardier. Delivery of the 100th aircraft is expected within the coming months
Bombardier's decision to concentrate on business aircraft leverages its investment in new products, such as the Global 7500, and others that have been updated recently.
EASA certification clears the way for the Global 7500 business jet to be operated by customers based in the EU.
Bombardier Global 7500 9H-VIB takes the salute from the fire crews at Malta International Airport on March 30, 2021
A Global 7500 recently flew the 8,152 nautical mile trip from Singapore to Arizona non-stop.
David Coleal, President, Bombardier Aviation and HK Bellawings' President, YJ Zhang sign the agreement at the EBACE show in Geneva on May 21, 2019.
VistaJet founder and chairman Thomas Flohr (on the steps, left) alongside Bombardier chairman and CEO Eric Martel during the handover ceremony for the 100th Global 7500 on March 29, 2022.
After-market services and engineering support are now Bombardier’s focus
Bombardier launched the Global 8000 in May 2022 as a longer-range and faster derivative of the Global 7500
NetJets, the Columbus, Ohio-based fractional operator, has been revealed as the fleet launch customer for the Bombardier Global 8000 ultra-long range business jet
Bombardier Defense and General Dynamics Mission Systems-Canada calls its next-generation, fully interoperable Multi-Mission and Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) aircraft “the ultimate no-compromise platform of the future"
The Canadian Multi-Mission Aircraft Team Global 6500-based solution is similar in key respects to the PAL P-6, offering an enclosed weapons bay and tail-mounted MAD. In addition, the aircraft is offered with a 360° AESA radar
PAL P-6
The P-6 flies past Al Kasir Island, Abu Dhabi, with the distinctive twin towers of the Fairmont Hotel and Serviced Apartments visible below. The P-6 is the most exciting aircraft design to emerge from the DAE and has enormous potential PAL
The P-6 flying over Deira, with downtown Dubai behind it and the Burj Khalifa visible behind the tail. The ventral radar and ‘flex’ bay are apparent in this view of the aircraft
The PAL P-6 MPA is based on the airframe of the Bombardier Global G6500 bizjet and equipped with a MAD in the tail - it may well be the future template for MPA platforms PAL
The P-6 was seen carrying two Tawazun Dynamics P3 or Sejeel (Thunder P31 and Thunder P32) guided bombs on the inner pylons and a pair of MBDA Sea Venom/ANL anti-ship missiles outboard. There could also be four torpedoes lurking in the flex bay
 
Assembly of the Global range of business jets is due to move to Toronto Pearson airport in three years.
GE Aviation designed the Passport turbofan for Bombardier’s Global 7500 business jet. Here it can be seen undergoing an icing test
By mid-April 2015 the Passport had accumulated about 1,400 hours and 1,700 cycles of ground testing.
A fan blade-out test and a block endurance test, involving 150 hours of constant running at triple-red-line thrust, temperature and pressure measurements, are two upcoming certification tests for the Passport.
Rolls-Royce has developed the Pearl engine rated at 15,100lb thrust specifically for the Global 5500 and 6500.
В Дубаи был представлен широкий спектр гражданских самолетов, в частности канадский Global 5000
The Global 7000 and 8000 will have fly-by-wire controls and side-stick controllers.
Bombardier announced that it had delivered the first Global 7500 equipped with dual head-up displays (HUD) on August 24, 2020. Enhanced and synthetic vision overlays can be displayed on the screens in the line of sight of the pilot and co-pilot, permitting easier switching of responsibilities between the flying and monitoring crew member during low-visibility approaches, as well as system redundancy. The feature is an option in the Vision flight deck of the Global 7500, the largest member of Bombardier's business jet family. The Canadian company delivered five 7500s during the second quarter of this year, representing a quarter of the business aircraft it handed over. This is down from the 35 deliveries recorded during the comparable period last year.
The Global 7500 is fitted with Bombardier's Vision avionics system, based on Collins Aerospace's Rockwell Fusion system, featuring four large colour displays, head-up display, enhanced vision system, and synthetic vision system.
The Bombardier Global 7500 flight deck is based on that of the company's Global 6000 business jet and C-series (since rebranded as the Airbus).
The major difference between the Global 7500 flight deck and the company’s Global 6000 business jet is the use of sidestick controllers for the fly by wire flight control system. The controllers are based on those fitted to the C Series (Airbus A220) airliner.
The galley in the Global 7000 and 8000 is 20% larger than that in the Global 5000 and 6000.
The Global 8000's cabin length is 45ft 7in and the Global 7000's is 54ft 7in.
A stateroom with a large bed, a chair and table forms the fourth and aft-most living space on the Global 7000 (the third in the Global 8000).
There will be a low equivalent altitude in the Global 7000 and 8000 cabins to help minimise passenger fatigue.
Bombardier markets the Global 7500 as the only dedicated business jet on the market today with four individual cabin zones.
Before any work commences, ALTEA develops interior concepts using CGI, such as this bedroom area for a Global 7500
The ALTEA design team have unveiled several concept interiors for the flagship of the Bombardier fleet, the Global 7500
While the P-6 has five forward-facing workstations, Saab’s Swordfish had a row of five sideways-facing workstations, all facing to port
Prominent on Bombardier’s stand at Geneva was a model of the Global 8000, launched on the first day of EBACE
BOMBARDIER BUSINESS Aircraft has announced two enhancements to its flagship Global 7000 ultra long-range business jet, due to enter service in the second half of 2018.
BOMBARDIER BUSINESS Aircraft also used the NBAA-BACE show in Florida in October 2018 to confirm that its Global 5500 and 6500 programmes are both on schedule to enter service at the end of 2019.
Bombardier has sold a single Global 5500 to an unnamed customer on the US West Coast.
A superb digitally-enhanced depiction of The Global showing the streamline profile.
Handover of the first Global 5500 occurred on June 24, 2020.
BOMBARDIER ANNOUNCED on December 6, 2017 that two of its Challenger series of business jets had notched up significant delivery milestones in the past few months.
Israel Aerospace Industries has launched a new generation ELI-3360 Maritime Patrol Aircraft based on a modified Bombardier Global 5000.
The P-6 has a large but neat ventral ‘canoe’, with the search radar forward, in front of the internal ‘flex’ bay and a retractable EO/IR package
Saab says the Global 6000 and Q400 had been selected as platforms for the Swordfish Maritime Patrol System because they were well suited to the demands of maritime operations.
Swordfish Exposed
P-6 Exposed