This outstanding aircraft is based in Santa Barbara, CA and may be viewed by appointment.
Computer Maintenance Tracking Program: CAMP
750 Hour & 1500 Hour Checks c/w 11-SEP-2016 @ 1,435.4 hours
15 Month Check c/w 11-SEP-2016
30 Month Check c/w 22-JAN-2015, next due 31-JUL-2017
60 Month Check due 30-SEP-2017
Primary Metal Structures – 20 Years or 20,000 Flight Hours
Manufactured/Vendor Parts & Avionics – 5 Years or 5,000 Flight Hours
Engines – 5 Years or 2,500 Hours
APU – 6 Years or 3,000 APU Hours
STC ST02293SE – Crane Aerospace SmartStem® Nose & Main Tire Pressure System
SB 700-11-6001 – Operations at Airports with Maximum Weight Restrictions Capable
SB 700-11-6002 – Increased Maximum Take-off Weight (MTOW) to 99,500 lbs
SB 700-21-6006 – Temperature Control – Replacement of Trim Air Valves (Upgraded P/N)
SB 700-24-6008 Rev. 1 – Replacement of the Variable Frequency Generator (All Four)
SB 700-34-6005 Rev. 1 – Installation of Enhanced Vision System (EVS)
SB 700-34-6008 – Activation of Windshear Detection and Windshear Escape Guidance
SB 700-34-6009 – Flight Management System – Activation of FMS SBAS WAAS/LPV Function
SB 700-34-6010 Rev. 1 – Updates to Support Intro. of FMS 3, TOLD, ECL, FMS Speed Control & RNP AR
SB 700-34-6017 Rev. 1 – Removal of SVS Limitation
SB 700-46-6001 – Installation of XM Graphical Weather Radar
Rockwell Collins SB CES-5000-44-27 – Software Version 10.3
FANS 1/A+ CPDLC, ADS-B Out (DO-260A), and TCAS 7.1 Capable
SBAS/WAAS GPS, LPV Approach, and RNP AR 0.3 Approach Capable
Category 2 Approach Capable (with and without HUD)
RNP-10, RNP-4, and RNP-2 Capable
RNP-1, BRNAV/RNP-5, RNAV-1, RNAV-2, P-RNAV Capable
Dual VisionSafe® Emergency Vision Assurance System (EVAS)
Flight Compartment Printer
Entry Area Heated Mat
SMS-5000 Surface Management System (Installed but Not Yet Approved for Use)
Storage Provision for Ground Air Supply Adaptor
Portable Towbar Provisions & Assembly (Assembly Included as Loose Equipment)
Passenger Seating: Thirteen (13) Passengers
Crew Area: Yes – FWD – Single Seat
This Global 6000’s interior configuration consists of a forward right-hand galley and crew lavatory opposite a crew area, followed by a main cabin designed to accommodate up to 13 passengers in three distinct seating sections, an aft lavatory, and in-flight accessible baggage compartment. The forward cabin consists of a four-place club seating arrangement, the mid-cabin features a left-hand two-place club seating arrangement opposite a three-place (only two seats certified for taxi, take-off and landing) berthing divan and low cabinet, and the aft cabin contains a left-hand two-place club seating arrangement opposite a three-place berthing divan. The aft cabin divan’s forward-most seat may be occupied during taxi, takeoff and landing if the mid-cabin upper right-hand bulkhead is removed, but it is limited to two (2) passengers if the bulkhead is installed for additional aft cabin privacy.
The passenger single seats and crew area seat incorporate headrests, recliner-style leg rests with berthing capability, electric lumbar support, and varying degrees of adjustment capabilities and both divans can be berthed. The forward cabin’s right-hand forward-facing seat and the aft cabin’s left-hand forward-facing seat are each designated as Master Seat Locations (VIP) featuring enhanced cabin management controls.
A crew area is located left and just aft of the main entrance door and is certified for crewmember-only use during taxi, takeoff and landing unless the forward cabin door is disabled (open) which allows passenger use at all times. Featuring a single seat similar to the passenger seats and a privacy curtain, this crew area also contains a telephone handset, electric outlet and plug-in monitor receptacle.
Fold-down tables are located at each two-place club seating area and at the crew area. Interior storage consists of a forward crew wardrobe, cabin magazine racks and cabinets, an emergency exit low cabinet, aft cabin divan end cabinets, and a large aft wardrobe in the lavatory. The cockpit features a night curtain, an acoustical curtain is installed in the main entryway, the forward cabin bulkhead has a sliding pocket door, the mid-cabin features bulkheads with a frangible pocket door and removable right-hand upper bulkhead, and hinged doors separate the aft cabin from the lavatory, as well as the lavatory from the baggage compartment. The cabin features electric window shades, LED lighting including ten different preset wash lighting colors, removable cabin bulkhead sound-absorbing accent panels, and an 115VAC/60Hz power converter feeding multiple outlets throughout the interior, including the cockpit and lavatories.
The Rockwell Collins CES-5000 cabin management and entertainment system (CES) with Software Version 10.3 integrates control, display, and entertainment systems through multiple user interfaces consisting of a large galley touchscreen, cockpit EFB, crew area plug-in monitor, various passenger control units, and passenger single seat arm touchscreens.
This CES also offers multiple audio and video sources for passenger enjoyment including two (2) portable media (iPod) docks, two (2) multi-region dual disk Blu-ray players, three (3) 24” HD LCD monitors, one crew area plug-in monitor, an HDMI, RCA-style, and Ethernet ports, and Airshow’s Interactive passenger information system.
This Global 6000 features both Inmarsat and Iridium satellite telecommunications systems with corded handsets in the cockpit and crew areas and cordless handsets in the cabin. The Inmarsat Satcom also offers SwiftBroadband internet, and a Ku-band satellite data system provides high-speed internet via an upgraded Satcom Direct Router and a cabin wireless LAN.
All interior woodwork and cabinetry is finished in gloss “Flat Cut Etimoe” wood veneer with gloss “Mahogany” and “Anigre” hardwood moldings. Light brown patterned carpeting is installed throughout the main entryway and main interior, and all cabin exposed functional and decorative metal surfaces are finished in polished “Almond Gold” plating. The galley and both lavatory countertops are completed in “Thyme” Corian®. The entryway, cabin, and both lavatory headliners, as well as the cabin and lavatory sidewalls and passenger service unit panels are all covered in “Chablis” Ultrasuede™, while the lower sidewalls are finished in “Ferry Whitehall” fabric. The cabin single seats and divans, as well as the crew area seat and both lavatory seats are covered in “Amber” leather, and the cabin seats feature “Desert Mist” leather inserts. Expected to be complete in mid-November, 2016, the right-hand mid-cabin is being reconfigured by Bombardier – Wichita to a three-place berthing divan (only two seats certified for taxi, takeoff and landing) with a forward end cabinet and an aft end emergency exit low cabinet featuring a matching removable non-belted seat cushion. Additionally, Bombardier – Wichita is recovering the main cabin lower sidewall panels. Along with new carpeting in July, 2015, Duncan Aviation – Lincoln also installed a baggage compartment sound barrier to further reduce cabin noise.
The galley and adjacent annex provide generous storage and functionality including a convection oven, microwave, coffee maker, two pull-out work surfaces, dedicated china and crystal storage, stainless steel sink with faucet and cover incorporating a cutting board, cold storage with a dedicated air chiller, and multiple drawers and compartments with both dedicated and general storage.
The right-hand forward lavatory features a vacuum-flushing toilet with adjacent vanity with sink and faucet, and the right-hand aft lavatory has a vacuum-flushing toilet with adjacent vanity with sink and faucet, as well as multiple storage compartments.
The 1,000 lbs. maximum capacity aft baggage compartment features fold-down shelves, baggage nets, and both internal and external access.
This aircraft’s exterior is painted overall in “Matterhorn White” with “Antique Silver Metallic”, “Charcoal Gray Metallic”, and “Evening Sky” stripes. The exterior paint was touched-up when the stripe colors were changed in July, 2015.