- 25 Jul 2019
- René Banglesdorf
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The Bombardier Global Express XRS Large Jet built on the capabilities provided by the original Global Express model, pushing the boundaries of ultra-long-range travel further with a maximum range of 6,390nm, thanks to an increase in fuel capacity over the original model.
Sharing its cabin dimensions with the Global Express, the Bombardier Global Express XRS offers a generous cabin volume (2,002 cubic feet) and a slight increase in luggage capacity (195 cubic feet). It is typically configured to seat up to 13 passengers, though it can carry up to 19. A pair of Rolls-Royce BR710-A2-20 engines power the jet.
Today, a Global Express XRS costs between $10m for a 2005 model, and $17m for a 2012 model, according to Aircraft Bluebook data. These values represent the average retail price reported in spring 2021.
According to JETNET, Bombardier manufactured 163 Global Express XRS jets before upgrading it with newer avionics and rebranding it as the Global 6000 in 2012.
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