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Bombardier Global 7500 completes record-setting 8,225nm flight

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The recently introduced Bombardier Global 7500 has set another record for the longest non-stop city pair in business aviation history – Sydney to Detroit. This flight is 8,225nm point to point (airinsight.com) More...

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paulgilpin1953
paul gilpin 8
the article said nothing of the four crew members who weighed 120 lbs each.
Moviela
Ric Wernicke 2
They also had to fly without socks.
jammen737
jammen737 1
I think the article was leaning more toward Wx related performance rather than payload. And who’s to say there was not more than 4 people onboard. Don’t be such a Nancy.
jbqwik
jbqwik 9
What a sweet aircraft. Unfortunately, reading about it is as close as this economy-class retiree will ever get to enjoying it.
btweston
btweston 14
Upon arrival in Detroit the passengers and crew stepped out of the plane, looked around and said, “Why?”
paulgilpin1953
paul gilpin 6
you outsmart yourself.
the "Why?" is not the punchline.
stating there were passengers going to detroit was the punchline.
DanCl
Dan Clifford 2
After having to stop many times on my airline flight to South Africa 47 years ago, this is very impressive. Airline flights are so amazing now and corporate is certainly catching up.
picturetaker
Christian Parada 2
WOW!

Jackx9
Don Quixote 2
9,500 miles, that is impressive.
jbsimms
James Simms 1
Some kid “Mom, are we there yet? I have to go to the bathroom or I’ll throw up.”
corsair2
David Seider 0
I wonder what the min/max cruise altitude and min/avg/max GS and TAS were?

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