The Bombardier Challenger 300 and 350 are super midsize jets developed and built by Bombardier in Canada.

Introduced in 1999, the Challenger 300 first flew in August 2001 with deliveries commencing in January 2004.

Unlike other variants in the Bombardier Challenger family, the Challenger 300 and 350 did not derive from the Challenger 600 series aircraft – the Challenger 300 was an entirely new design. From its introduction in 1999 to date, there has been more than 650 Challenger 300 and 350 aircraft in service, a testament to its proven track record.

The Challenger 350, which first flew twelve years after its predecessor, features many of the original design aspects of the Challenger 300. However, modified features include larger cabin windows, a more luxurious interior as well as minor external alterations such as canted winglets.

Specifications

Cabin Height

1.83m6ft 0in

Cabin Width

2.19m7ft 2in

Cabin Length

7.68m25ft 2in

Luggage Capacity

3.00m³106ft³

Service Ceiling

13,716m45,000ft

Maximum Range

5,926km3,200nm

Typical Capacity

8 passengers

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