Bombardier delivers Global 6500 aircraft to HK Bellawings Jet

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Bombardier has delivered its first Global 6500 aircraft to Hong Kong aircraft management company HK Bellawings Jet.

This news follows the Global 6500 jet’s recent entry-into-service in September 2019, and its public debut at the National Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE) in Las Vegas in October.

“The Global 6500 aircraft is the aircraft of choice for thriving business jet management companies such as HK Bellawings,” said David Coleal, president of Bombardier Aviation. “This industry-leading aircraft offers the largest cabin, the longest range and the smoothest ride in its class. With a refined interior, and the total performance synonymous with Global business jets, the Global 6500 aircraft is perfectly suited to meet the needs of the most discerning travelers in the region.”

“We are thrilled to induct the Global 6500 aircraft into our fleet and to commence our operations with one of the world’s leading business jets,” said YJ Zhang, president of HK Bellawings. “With its stunning cabin and thoughtful design, we are confident the Global 6500 aircraft will provide an exceptional flight experience to our customers.”

Equipped with the purpose-built Rolls Royce Pearl engines and a redesigned wing, the Global 6500 jet offers a range of 6,600 nautical miles, connecting Hong Kong, Beijing or Shanghai to major destinations such as London, Milan or San Francisco.

The Rolls-Royce Pearl engines’ next-generation design also make the Global 6500 aircraft a cleaner and more efficient business jet, delivering industry-leading ultra-low emission levels for a reduced environmental footprint.

Established in 2014, HK Bellawings Jet is a business jet management company that currently operates a fleet of Challenger and Global business aircraft.

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