Bombardier introduces new flagship bizjet, the Global 8000

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May 24, 2022

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Bombardier introduces new flagship bizjet, the Global 8000

The Global 8000 is a performance-enhanced Global 7500 that will fly faster and farther than its predecessor. The aircraft is expected to enter service during 2025.

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