We are proud to exclusively represent for sale Global Express, Serial Number 9026. This is a one U.S. owner, 2000 model Global Express based in Teterboro, NJ. Our client has used this aircraft for travel around the world and it has been upgraded for NextGen compliance including Batch 3, FANS 1/A+ CPDLC, RNP 4, SBAS with LPV approach capability, and ADS-B Out.
When our client designed this aircraft with Bombardier, they did it with great foresight about how the aircraft would be used. Few people like to sit in any room facing a wall with all of the rest of the space behind them. The same applies to airplanes. Most VIP seats in aircraft are in the forward club section of an aircraft’s cabin. This means that in a Global there are typically two seating sections behind the VIP seat, and the person in the VIP seat is typically looking at an opposing aft-facing club seat and the forward bulkhead. Most Globals also have a 4-place dining/conference group in the mid cabin requiring anyone serving a meal to walk through the passengers in the club seats to set a table, serve, and clean-up a meal.
Our client turned the typical Global Express interior configuration around and built a far more usable space. In this Global Express, the four-place dining/conference group is in the forward cabin and the four individual club seats, including the VIP seat, are in the mid cabin. This aircraft is designed like your home with the dining room near the kitchen so you don’t have to walk through the living room to serve a meal. This arrangement means that a person preparing a meal can set a table, prepare the meal in the forward galley and serve and clean up the meal without ever carrying food or dirty dishes through passengers trying to work, relax or sleep. The passengers can enjoy the comfort of the undisturbed club seats and sit with the majority of the cabin in front of them instead of behind them. The aft cabin, including a forward-facing club seat, an aft-facing club seat that is interchangeable with an adjustable ottoman, and extended berthing divan, is divided by a hard bulkhead and double pocket doors.
Aircraft highlights include: 5726 hours total time, 2121 total landings (as of May 4, 2015), enrollment on both the Rolls-Royce Corporate Care engine maintenance program and Honeywell MSP on the APU, Batch 3 compliance, FANS 1/A+ CPDLC, ADS-B Out, Triple FMS with NZ6.1 Software and SBAS with LPV approach capability, Triple Laseref, Mark V EGPWS with RAAS, HUD, EVS, Honeywell MCS-7000 SATCOM with HD-710 providing SwiftBroadband globally capable high speed internet, a TrueNorth Simphone Chorus PBX, Cabin Wi-Fi and 96,000 lbs. Increased Max Take-Off Weight. We are asking $14,500,000 and the owner is ready to review all reasonable offers and get this sold right away.
Every aircraft interior is a little different; some are just more purposefully designed than others. This Global Express is immediately available for sale. Please call us at +1-303-444-6766 or review full specs and photos at http://www.jetsales.com/jets/2000-global-express/.