Challenger 300

Challenger 300 is a super-mid-sized jet that can fly flying transcontinental distances. Despite having Challenger in the name, it has no correlation with the Challenger 600 or the 800 series. The design was released to the public during the Paris Air Show on July 13th of 1999, tentatively named the Bombardier Continental. The Bombardier Continental was renamed in September of 2002. It entered marketable service in January, 2004.

The Challenger 300 is designed with supercritical wings with a fixed leading-edge and 27% sweep angle. The cabin is claimed to be 39% larger than contending mid-size business jets, including the Falcon 50 and Citation X. It’s powered by two Honeywell HTF 7000 machines with 6,826 pounds of thrust, which allows for an extended range of 3065 nm.

The cabin measures 28.6 bases long by 7.2 bases wide by 6.2 bases altitudinous giving it a total cabin volume of 930 boxy bases. The confines make it comfortable for 8 passengers, with the maximum configuration seating for 16. The Challenger 300 has a maximum range of headwinds, high altitude, hot temperatures, or advanced capacity of 3527 long hauls and a maximum speed of 541 mph.

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Important Specifications

Aircraft Type
Super Midsize Jet
Bombardier Aerospace
Aircraft Range:
Cruise Speed
470 kts
Cabin Dimensions.
28'6" x 7'5" x 6'1"
Baggage Capacity:
Cabin Volume

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