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Fourth Global 7000 flight test vehicle successfully completes its maiden flight

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Krista Kuznecova
Country: Canada Aircraft: Airplanes

The fourth Global 7000 flight test vehicle took off from Bombardier’s facility in Toronto earlier today, under clear conditions.

Equipped with a cabin interior, FTV4, also known as the “Architect,” will be used for interior validation testing and to confirm the unparalleled comfort, connectivity and productivity that Bombardier customers will experience.



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