New aircraft, ranging from business jets to experimental models
Here is a list of some of the newest aircraft models, ranging from kitplanes to business jets.
Bomardier unveiled its new flagship model, the Global 8000, in May at the National Business Association Association’s European Business Association Convention and Exhiition (NBAA-EBACE). This wasn’t just an idea; it had actually taken to the skies. With two GE Passport turbofans that were originally employed in 2010 by its stablemate, the 7500, Bombardier anticipates that the 8000 will be the market’s fastest aircraft, reaching a top speed of 0.94 Mach. The OEM, however, is also aiming for the longest range, at 8,000 nautical miles for a typical passenger load and NBAA IFR parameters.
With a payload of 2,275 pounds and a take-off weight of 114,850 pounds, Bombardier anticipates that the aircraft will fly. In a variety of configurations, the 8000 can accommodate up to 19 passengers and can descend to a cabin height of 2,900 feet while traveling at 41,000 feet. The aircraft will operate at a height of 51,000 feet. According to the company’s specifications, a fully loaded airplane will need a takeoff distance of 5,760 feet and a landing distance of about 2,237 feet. With the extended range and the short-field performance, city pairs like Dubai to Houston, Singapore to Los Angeles, or London to Perth should be possible. The exclusive Vision integrated avionics package from Bombardier will offer pilots a variety of display and monitoring choices on the flight deck.