Bombardier (Booth Z125, Static 22) rolled out two new members of the Global family—the 5500 and 6500—during a celebration just prior to the opening of EBACE 2018 in Geneva.
The newest models will be powered by new 15,125-pound-thrust Rolls-Royce Pearl engines.
But beyond the engines, the new Globals incorporate “new features from tip-to-tail as well as from wingtip to wingtip,” Bombardier Business Aviation president David Coleal said.
The combination of the new engine and redesigned wing produce faster models. Fuel burn is also decreased by up to 13 percent.
These changes further boost range of the Global 5500 to 5,700 nm (500 nm more than the 5000), and the Global 6500 to 6,600 nm (600 nm more than the 6000). The benefits are particularly notable in conditions such as hot and high.
The 5500 and 6500 actually have lower list prices, at $46 million and $56 million, respectively. The 5000 and 6000 are listed at $50.4 million and $62.3 million, but Bombardier executives stress the market will dictate ultimate pricing.
Collected and summarized from the source below by Ta Ngoc Diep: