Part of Bombardier’s Global 7000 test program, the FTV4 features an array of lavish interior amenities including four living spaces, a full-sized crew rest area and a gourmet galley. It can carry up to 19 passengers.
Each of the four rooms is adorned with a flatscreen TV and supersized windows, should you prefer to peer at the landscape.
“FTV4, the first aircraft to be furnished with a cabin interior, has a unique purpose in flight validation. It is confirming the unparalleled comfort and interior design that our customers can expect from this game-changing business jet,” says Michel Ouellette, Senior Vice President of the Global 7000 and Global 8000 Program.
“The robust ground testing completed on our interior test rig and the upcoming flight validation prepare us for certification of the interiors. We have placed tremendous effort on making the Global 7000 aircraft a business jet like no other.”
According to Bombardier, the FTV4 is already sold out until 2021, with each model priced at $73 million.
The first eight of the jets are expected to enter service at some point in 2018.