Challenger 350

The Bombardier Challenger 300 is the first in its family to feature a clean-sheet design, taking only the essentials from its predecessors. After certification in 2003, the jet was renamed to the Challenger 350. The Challenger 350 aircraft’s wing, engine and landing gear were developed to ensure an optimally balanced design, providing a smooth ride from take-off to landing.

As far as performance, the Challenger 350 is powered by Honeywell HTF7350 turbofans, each producing 7,323 pounds of thrust. It has a maximum take-off weight of 40,600 pounds, while maximum range with eight passengers and two crew is 3,200 nm at a long-range speed of 533 knots. The Challenger 350 provides seating for up to 10 passengers in the pressurized cabin. The aircraft is operated by a crew of 2, and features the Pro Line 21 avionics suite.

Recent enhancements include a combined Collins Aerospace head-up display and enhanced vision system, improved cabin soundproofing and updated cockpit aesthetics, as well as braking improvements and rudder control modifications that give the 350 up to 1,500nm of additional range when departing from shorter runways.

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Important Specifications

Aircraft Type
Super Midsize Jet
Bombardier Aerospace
Aircraft Range:
Cruise Speed
470 kts
Cabin Dimensions.
28'7" x 7'2" x 6'1"
Baggage Capacity:
Cabin Volume

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