If you’re going to Paris, you’ll need a heavy jet. Your Survival Guy prefers Bombardier’s Global Express 7500. With only a handful to choose from, you’ll be in rarified air, literally—because when you’re cruising at altitude tens of thousands of feet up, the advanced air pressurization system makes it feel like you’re only at 4,000. Great for extra-long trips (and even not-so-long ones). Remember, it’s the small things in life that matter most. You’ll want to hit the ground running, not bogged down with a head cold.
Then there are the 15-windows (per side), soft leather club chairs, and thick carpeting that make you feel like you’re in your living room about to settle in with your favorite show. Not that you need entertainment tonight. There’s plenty to see inside and out. The windows are huge. And a quick tour of the cockpit guided by the first in command gives you a look at the latest in avionics and makes you wonder, “So what do you guys do?”
Now I’m Your Survival Guy, not Dale Carnegie, but if you want to win friends and influence people, you might want to figure out how to get 18 of your closest friends and/or family on this bird. If you plan on sleeping, you’re looking at a much smaller number, but you get the point—the math can work for your next business or bucket list trip.
Action Line: You’re almost disappointed when it’s time to wake up and land. But Paris calls. At least you’re well rested. Let’s talk.
Originally posted on Your Survival Guy.
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