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Bombardier Global 6000 aircraft


Elegance and performance meet to deliver an unparalleled experience on board the Global 6000 aircraft. Skillfully designed to leave a lasting impression, the Global 6000 business jet features an intelligently crafted Premier cabin interior that balances luxury with productivity. The industry's fastest worldwide* inflight internet connectivity combined with a comprehensive cabin management system keep passengers entertained and connected at all times. With the widest cabin in its class and a smooth ride for exceptional comfort, the Global 6000 aircraft offers the finest experience you can expect from a business jet.

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