Bombardier Global Express XRS

    The XRS replaced the original Global Express jet when it started deliveries in December 2005. It features greater fuel capacity and more payload/range loading options than the original design. An improved swept-back wing helps the XRS take off and land at slower speeds, so it can get in and out of smaller airports. The quiet, luxurious cabin stretches 48 feet, with plenty of amenities and extra-high pressurization to battle fatigue on long, globe-straddling flights. A new Global Vision cockpit upgrade is available for 2011, featuring a state-of-the-art Rockwell Collins avionics suite combined with a fresh ergonomic design.

    From Around the Web...
    Photo by Paul Bowen
    The Gulfstream G650ER’s range of 8,630 miles is the longest of any business jet in service...
    In 2015, for the third consecutive year, the Phenom 300 was the world’s most delivered business jet...
    The Cessna Sovereign+ can fly from coast to coast nonstop when carrying six passengers
    Photo by Katsuhiko TOKUNAGA/DACT INC.
    The Dassault Falcon 2000LXS jet can climb to a cruising altitude of 41,000 feet in just 20 minutes...
    Photo by Paul Bowen
    “Bombardier has taken the Global brand to a new level… second to none,” —William Quinn Jr...
    Photo by Mike Fizer
    “One of the best decisions Cessna has made was to bring the CJ1+ back to life as the M2,” William...
    Photo by Mike Fizer
    The Citation XLS+ has a range of 2,417 miles and a maximum cruising speed of 508 mph...
    Compared to its predecessor—the Challenger 300—this jet features improved avionics and powerful ...
    With a range of 5,000 miles, the Gulfstream G450 can fly nonstop from Teterboro, N.J., to Moscow...
    The rapidly growing U.S. private-flight-service provider aims to better serve European travelers…