Bombardier Challenger 300

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Launched at the Paris Airshow in 1999, the super-mid-sized Challenger 300 made its first flight two years later in January, 2001. Since then, more than 500 have been built and the Challenger 300 has established itself as the industry’s best-selling model in this size category.

With a range of over 3,500 miles in a standard 8-seat configuration, the Challenger is well-suited to transcontinental as well as transatlantic routes (SF-New York: 2,600 miles; London-New York; 3,450 miles) and is powered by two Honeywell HTF7000 engines, giving at a maximum cruising speed of 470kts.

The Challenger 350 is the successor to the 300 and was certificated in June, 2014. It offers advanced avionics systems and a redesigned interior to include larger windows, contemporary furnishings, and a modular galley.

Variable cost hr $3,136
Cabin height 1.8m
Cabin width 2.2m
Cabin length 8.7m
Baggage vol. int. 106 cu ft
Seats - executive 8
Range - seats full 3,065nm
Max. range 3,340nm
Max. cruise speed 470kts
Engines 2
Engine model HTF 7000