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Global Jet adds three to fleet
Global Jet has welcomed three aircraft to its fleet; a Challenger 300, a Gulfstream 650 and a brand new 2021 Gulfstream 650ER.
650ER passengers can enjoy a range of entertainment features as well as Ka broadband high-speed internet.

Swiss-headquartered operator Global Jet has welcomed three aircraft to its fleet.

A 10 seat super-midsize Challenger 300 is to be based at Paris Le Bourget airport, available for transcontinental charter. It is equipped with dual 18 inch flat screen monitors and passengers will have a complete range of entertainment features as well as wi-fi. The aircraft features a double club forward cabin and a three seat divan opposite a two seat club in the aft.

A 15 seat Gulfstream 650 with a range of 7,000 nm will carry passengers non-stop from Los Angeles to London. It has a low cabin altitude and non-recirculated cabin air. A two seat club is placed opposite a three seat divan in the forward cabin and two seats face the galley. In the mid-cabin there is a four place dining area opposite a credenza, and in the aft cabin a three seat divan opposite a single seat.

A brand new 2021 Gulfstream 650ER will be based in Europe. Available for charter, the G650ER generation holds the record for the fastest and farthest flight in business aviation. With a range of 7,500 nm and a speed of Mach 0.85, it can fly non-stop from New York to Dubai. It has a low cabin altitude and non-recirculated cabin air, and passengers can access a complete range of entertainment features as well as a Ka broadband high-speed internet system.

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