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Bombardier Global 7500

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The Bombardier Global 7500 aircraft stands alone as the world's largest and longest range business jet. Within its luxurious interior are four true living spaces, a full kitchen and a dedicate crew suite.

The Bombardier Global 7500 aircraft stands alone as the world's largest and longest range business jet. Within its luxurious interior are four true living spaces, a full kitchen and a dedicate crew suite.

Tags : AERONAUTICS | BOMBARDIER BUSINESS AIRCRAFT | GLOBAL 7000 | GLOBAL 7500 | BUSINESS JET

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