The Global 7500 has recently entered service making it the largest and longest range business jet on the market. It features an improved design over the Global 6000 aircraft. The length of the aircraft is 33.71m, overall height is 8.14m and wingspan is 31.79m. The aircraft features a new high-speed transonic wing, which significantly optimizes its aerodynamic efficiency. The aircraft features an onboard maintenance system (OMS), datalink, high-speed SATCOM, next generation cabin management system (CMS) and controller pilot data link communication (CPDLC).
As of March 2019 there have been 22 Global 7500 business jets built and all have received a Certificate of Airworthiness – one is in operation and 21 are at the manufacturer waiting to be completed. One Global 7500 is in production. Two Global 7500 delivery positions are for sale and both of those positions are under an exclusive broker agreement. One delivery position has been on the market for 41 days, the other for 1,603 days.
Originally named the Global 7000, the model was renamed the Global 7500 after its extended range was announced in 2018. Type certification with Transport Canada was completed in September 2018, the FAA in November 2018, and the European Aviation Safety Agency signed off on the new model in early February 2019. The Global 7500 had 100 secured orders as it entered service on 20 December 2018. VistaJet Charter operator (30), and NetJets fractional provider (20) have a combined total of 50 orders.