Bombardier Aerospace today announced that it received firm orders for four Global Express XRS jets from undisclosed customers based in Russia. The total value of the orders is approximately $213 million US, based on the 2010 list price for typically equipped aircraft.
“The Global aircraft family is renowned for its superior level of performance and comfort and this announcement further emphasizes that Global jets remain in high demand,” said Bob Horner, Senior Vice President, Sales, Bombardier Business Aircraft.
The Global Express XRS business jet’s superior performance and cabin volume make it a leader in the ultra-long-range jet category. Offering the ultimate in cabin comfort, this impressive jet can link Moscow-Tokyo or New York-Moscow non-stop with eight passengers and three-to-four crew*. The Global Express XRS jet is now available with the Global Vision flight deck, featuring a state-of-the-art avionics suite paired with superior design aesthetics to create the ultimate flight control environment and providing Global aircraft pilots with an unprecedented level of situational awareness and comfort.
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