The Bombardier Global 7500 is incredibly impressive, capable of short-field performances such as out of London City, even at large payloads. As well as incredible field performance, the 7500 also has an incredible range, allowing you to fly from London, practically anywhere (other than Australia, sorry…)!
With Infinite Flight stating that they will start putting a focus on private aircraft, beginning with the Challenger 350, I think it’s about time for people to vote for a second business jet to enter into IFs virtual skies…the Bombardier Global 7500.
Boasting a range that dwarfs some airliners, a 19 passenger max capacity, an all glass flight deck, hundreds of active aircraft, and it also being relatively new into service, the 7500 is the perfect choice for a large, long range private jet.
It has all the necessary information and documents in it. Back in the days the pilots used to have lots of documents behind the cockpit where they could read manuals, checklists, charts, navigational documents etc. Nowadays thanks to digital flight bags, having lots of documents is not necessary anymore, they can reach all the information easily.
If it’s not in the plane by design pilots can use 3rd wave digital flight bags using their own devices (cellphones, tablets, laptops) as well (Like some general aviation planes, private planes etc).
When I find some time I want to develop a web-based digital flight bag for all the community so ifc can use it just like the ones in the real life.
My favorite livery, NetJets. I feel like it’s the dominant business jets fleet and I was right and that’s partly why I like NetJets: largest operate of private business jets. But mainly, it’s due to the fact that the livery looks nice too so having NetJets livery on Bombardier Global 7500 would certainly be a beuty ;)
The Bombardier Global 7500 is the perfect business aircraft for infinite flight following the Challenger 350. With an intercontinental range and short-field performance, the 7500 can really go anywhere!