The Challenger 650 is a heavy jet manufactured by Canadian manufacturer Bombardier. As the latest development of the Challenger 600 family of aircraft, the 650 is based on the original Challenger 600 developed by Canadair.
Retaining many design features from its predecessor, the Challenger 650 improves on the widest-in-class cabin design, takeoff performance and maximum range elements of the very popular 605.
With a typical configuration accommodating up to 12 passengers and a maximum range of 7,408km (4,000nm), the Challenger 650 brings the most popular city pairs within reach. The aircraft’s industry-leading dispatch reliability of over 99.9% delivers peace of mind for all business and leisure requirements.
The Embraer Legacy 600 and 650 are heavy jets developed and manufactured by Embraer of Brazil and were Embraer’s first aircraft developed for the private jet market.
Developed from the design of the Embraer ERJ-135 regional jet, the Legacy 600 first flew in 2000. Carrying many design features over from the ERJ-135, the Legacy 600 adopted winglets and additional fuselage fuel tanks for enhanced range.
In 2009, Embraer announced the development of the Legacy 650, featuring a longer range than its predecessor.
With a typical capacity of 13 passengers, a transcontinental range of 7,223km (3,900nm), and the largest cabin, baggage capacity, galley and lavatory of any heavy jet, the Legacy 650 is popular aircraft worldwide and is suitable for a wide variety of missions.
The latest development of the Legacy 600 family, the Legacy 650E features updated cabin fittings as well as the latest cabin technology including Honeywell’s Ovation Select entertainment and cabin management system.
The Dassault Falcon 2000 is a heavy jet designed and manufactured by Dassault Aviation of France.
A smaller development of the highly successful Dassault Falcon 900 tri-jet, the Falcon 2000 first flew in 1993 and remains in production to-date. Since inception, the Falcon 2000 seen many design modifications including multiple avionics improvements, variations in range performance and external alterations such as the incorporation of blended winglets.
Typically configured to accommodate between 8 and 12 passengers, the Falcon 2000 has a range of 6,389km (3,450nm).
The Dassault Falcon 900 is a heavy jet designed and manufactured by Dassault Aviation of France.
Based on the design of its smaller predecessor, the Falcon 50, the 900 features the same signature tri-jet engine configuration of its earlier counterpart. Since its introduction, the Falcon 900 has seen over 500 deliveries worldwide, and counting.
First flying in 1984, the Falcon 900 remains in production to-date and has seen many design modifications since its inception including multiple avionics improvements, variations in range performance and external alterations such as the incorporation of blended winglets.
Boasting a very spacious cabin with a typical capacity of up to 12 passengers, as well as a maximum range of 8,797km (4,750nm), the Falcon 900 is a popular choice for transatlantic flights.
The Bombardier Challenger 850 is the largest aircraft in the Challenger family manufactured by Bombardier Aerospace.
Derived from the CRJ-200 regional jet, the Challenger 850 incorporates the exceptional reliability of an airliner with the second to none cabin comfort Bombardier is renowned for. With a typical capacity of 14 passengers, the Challenger 850 comprises a winning combination of cabin size and efficiency. Combining the same cabin area as the Global 6000 ultra-long-range jet with the much lower hourly operational costs of a heavy jet, the Challenger 850 is the perfect aircraft for medium haul flights where cabin comfort and space is paramount.
The Challenger 605 is a heavy jet manufactured by Bombardier Aerospace. As part of the Challenger 600 family of aircraft, the 605 is based on the original Challenger 600 developed by Canadair.
The Challenger 605 features many of the original trusted design elements of its predecessors, the Challenger 600, 601 and 604. Major design modifications include larger, higher cabin windows allowing up to 30% more natural light to enter the cabin, a redesigned tailcone section as well as an updated Collins Proline 21 avionics suite.
Reputable as one of the best-selling heavy jets, the Challenger 605 also offers the widest cabin in its category allowing optimal passenger comfort on any long distance mission.