The Clash of the Skies: Comparing the Bombardier Global 8000 and Gulfstream G800

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This video is a comparison between the Bombardier Global 8000 and the Gulfstream G800 private jets. It evaluates their performance, cabin size and comfort, fuel efficiency, design and features, cockpit technology, safety features, and purchase price. The video aims to determine which jet is better. Viewers are encouraged to subscribe to the channel for more luxury aviation videos, with new videos being uploaded 3-4 times per week.



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Three fun facts related to this article:

1. The Bombardier Global 8000 holds the title for having the largest living area ever seen in a business jet, with a total of 2,637 cubic feet of cabin space.

2. The Gulfstream G800 features an advanced enhanced vision system that includes a synthetic vision system. This technology provides pilots with a computer-generated view of the terrain and runway even in low visibility conditions.

3. The Bombardier Global 8000 has a dedicated den suite master bedroom, offering ultimate privacy and comfort during long flights. This bedroom features an adjoining bathroom to provide a luxurious experience for passengers.

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  1. "On the other hand" , the purchase price of the Global 8000 (according to the latest 2023 BCA charts) is $81 million US, not $73 million! Your $72.5 million G800 is pretty much correct though! So we are looking at a very significant $8.5 MILLION difference between the two jets! The cabin of the G800 is an inch taller in height and some two inches wider in width than the Global 8000! The Gulfstream G800 will also be more fuel efficient across the flight regimes than the Global 8000 (per the BCA charts)! On an 8000 nautical mile trip with 8 passengers at 0.85 mach, the flight times for the two aircraft will be the same , but the Gulfstream G800 will have burned some 2396 lbs. less fuel than the Global 8000, according to these BCA charts! More fuel for thought, these aircraft ranges are theoretical and haven't been finalized by their manufacturers yet! Even the upcoming Gulfstream G700 range will probably be at or close to 8000 nautical miles as well (according to some very informed aviation sources), while the G800 will more than likely be quite a bit further than the 8000nm mark (and probably likewise for the Global 8000 too)!

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