Bombardier mock-up heads to Singapore for Asia-Pacific debut

Bombardier has announced that a full-scale mock-up of its Global 7000 aircraft is on display in Singapore, offering guests an opportunity to experience the aircraft´s spaciousness and luxury first hand, the company said.

The mock-up of the Global 7000 aircraft features a dining area, entertainment lounge, en-suite master bedroom and private washroom. The fully equipped kitchen includes high-end appliances, with ample room for dinnerware and glassware.

The interior of the aircraft is highly customizable, and owners seeking to create the ultimate in-flight experience will be able to configure the interior to reflect their personal tastes. Guests who arrange a special private viewing of the mock-up will be able to explore the full length of the cabin, from the cutting-edge cockpit to the expansive luggage bay at the rear, which was designed to be fully accessible during flight.

The Global 7000 aircraft, the world´s largest purpose-built business jet, has a top speed of Mach 0.925 and a 7,400-nautical-mile range, allowing it to connect the world´s most expansive city pairings while delivering the ultimate smooth ride. From Singapore, it can travel to London or Cape Town, nonstop.

The full-size mock-up will be on display for two weeks on Singapore´s Keppel Island, starting March 1. This exclusive visit to Singapore will be the Global 7000 mock-up´s first appearance in the Asia-Pacific region, after recently visiting the Jetex Private Terminal in Dubai. The mock-up´s arrival comes on the heels of Bombardier´s presence at the Singapore Airshow, one of the most important aerospace and defence exhibitions in the world, where interest and anticipation around the Global 7000aircraft were palpable.

With over 69,500 employees across four business segments, Bombardier is a global provider of the transportation industry, creating innovative and game-changing planes and trains. Headquartered in Montreal, Canada, Bombardier has production and engineering sites in 28 countries across the segments of Transportation, Business Aircraft, Commercial Aircraft and Aerostructures and Engineering Services. News and information are available at