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Global 6500

Engineered for total performance

The Global 6500 aircraft delivers uncompromised performance engineered to get you where you need to be in absolute comfort, no matter the weather conditions. ​

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The All-Weather Performer​​

The Global 6500 aircraft’s sophisticated wing design, which is optimized for both high and low speed, allows much shorter landing distances and fewer corrections for typical weather conditions like wind or rain.

Pitkin County Airport located in Aspen, Colorado (USA) is a difficult airfield with a relatively short runway at high elevation. See how the Global 6500 aircraft landing distance compares to its closest competitor in typical wind and rain conditions. ​

Landing distance dry runway and typical winds

Dry runway - Aspen airport, Colorado

On a dry runway, it is mandatory for commercial operators and good practice for private operators to land in 60% of the runway within a target safety margin.​

Assumptions: ​
Landing weight: Standard Configuration BOW + 1,800 lb. of payload (8 passengers) + 5,000 lb. of reserve fuel
Temperature of ISA+15C Landing on runway. Steady winds coming from NNW at 8 kts, gusting up to 22 kts (July at Aspen)​

Landing distance wet runway and typical winds

Wet runway - Aspen aircraft, Colorado

For a landing on wet runways, aircraft manufacturers calculate and recommend landing distances to include important safety margins. In this scenario, the competitor aircraft will not be able to land in Aspen when flying as a commercial operator. They would need to land at a farther, alternative airfield. 

Assumptions: ​
Landing weight: Standard Configuration BOW + 1,800 lb. of payload (8 passengers) + 5,000 lb. of reserve fuel
Temperature of ISA+15C Landing on runway. Steady winds coming from NNW at 8 kts, gusting up to 22 kts (July at Aspen)​

Unmatched versality​

The Global 6500 aircraft offers the perfect combination of range, speed, field performance and smooth ride, outperforming its competition.

Range

With an impressive range of 6,600 nautical miles, the farthest in its class, the Global 6500 business jet connects more cities like Hong Kong and London or Toluca and Madrid non-stop, saving you time and putting more of the world’s business centres within reach.

Speed

The Rolls-Royce Pearl engine, purpose-built for the Global 6500 aircraft, powers it to top speeds of M 0.90 keeping you ahead of schedule wherever you’re going.

Field performance

A superbly agile aircraft capable of effortlessly accessing difficult airfields like London City, Aspen, Lugano and Toluca, where its competitors operate with the same safety margin.

Smooth ride

The next-generation Global wing with fully re-profiled trailing edge combines renowned flexibility with high wing loading for a smooth and comfortable ride for the best night’s sleep.