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Global Jet

Airbus ACJ320

Falcon 7X

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Global Jet adds two to charter offering
A Falcon 7X and an ACJ320 will meet customer requirements for either remote locations or for transatlantic flights.
The ACJ320 is based mainly in the Middle East.
Read this story in our February 2024 printed issue.

Global Jet has introduced a distinctive Dassault Falcon 7X and an Airbus ACJ320 to its fleet.

The Falcon 7X is based in Nice, France, and is fully available for charter. It has a range of 11,000 kilometres, which allows non-stop transatlantic travel from Europe, and its three Pratt Whitney Canada engines offer exceptional performance, even on short runways, bringing passengers closer to remote locations quickly and safely. The additional third engine enhances performance and increases safety.

The Falcon 7X’s cabin accommodates up to 11 passengers and offers a mix of individual seating for productivity, relaxing lounge areas and adaptable meeting spaces. Onboard, iPads are loaded with Netflix and a variety of entertainment options, and a connected speaker is available for music.

The Airbus ACJ320 can accommodate up to 31 passengers and is ideal for transatlantic flights; with a range of 3,500nm and a top speed of 486kts it will take passengers non-stop from Dubai to Geneva or from Doha to Paris.

Based mainly in the Middle East, the aircraft has an executive seating area, VIP bedroom complete with a master bathroom and shower, a conference dining area and a guest seating area. There is also capacity for nine single beds. The aircraft underwent a cabin refurbishment in 2023, and now features Ka-band wi-fi connectivity and Apple TVs. Advanced noise reduction technology means it has a very quiet cabin.

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