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Challenger 300/350

The Bombardier Challenger 300 is one of the most well-respected aircraft in all of private aviation. With its impressive range, consistent reliability, and exceptional fuel efficiency, this business jet has dominated the super mid-size jet category since its introduction in 2004Its large and roomy cabin offers passengers more than enough room for working or relaxing on non-stop coast-to-coast trips, and its low operating costs make it a standout option for flying those longer routes more economically than larger aircraft 

Challenger 300 Features


One of the most intriguing aspects of the Challenger 300 is the space offered inside the cabin, which measures 16.5 feet long, over 6 feet high, and over 7 feet wide. The jet’s eight passengers have plenty of room to stretch their legs in the double club-four seating arrangement. Fully adjustable seats with fold out tables and individual power plugs offer an ideal setting for working or dining.

The Challenger 300 is equipped with 12 windows, which provides an ample amount of natural light to the cabin. In addition, low-heat LED overhead lights with a 10,000-hour life and two-zone air conditioning all come standard in the Challenger 300, keeping both passengers and crew comfortable. For your baggage storage, the Challenger 300 offers a 106 cubic foot exterior compartment, providing space for up to 750 lbs. of luggage, golf clubs, or skis. The baggage compartment can be accessed with ease while in flight through the jet’s enclosed lavatory.


When it pertains to performance, the Challenger 300 is in a class of its own. Two Honeywell HTF 7000 turbofan engines power the aircraft, each producing 6,826 lbs. of thrust. The aircraft can reach an altitude of 37,000 feet in just 14 minutes, outperforming most aircraft in its class. Additionally, the business jet has a range of 3,276 nautical miles and a high cruise speed of 540 mph.

As a leader in fuel efficiency, this jet can burn as little as 266 gallons of fuel per hour when flying at a high-speed cruise. The Challenger 300 can depart from shorter runways than most super midsize aircraft, even at higher elevation—opening up a wider range of destinations. It can also comfortably cruise at an altitude of 45,000 feet, allowing the jet to avoid poor weather conditions and other air traffic.


The cockpit features the Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21 avionics system displayed across four 12×10-inch LCD screens. The avionics suite also comes standard with an Engine Indication and Crew Alerting System. This gives pilots engine performance information such as fuel flow, oil and turbine temperatures, and environmental control information. Other systems include the Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System and Traffic Collision Avoidance System. The advanced systems included in the avionics suite improve pilot’s hand-eye-coordination, and vision while decreasing their workload to ensure a worry- and stress-free experience.
Challenger 300 Interior


Max Passengers:
3276 miles
Cabin Width:
7.2 feet
Cabin Height:
6.1 feet
Cabin Length:
28.7 feet
Golf Club Baggages:
Cabin Volume:
860 cubic feet
Internal Baggage Volume:


External baggage Volume:
106 cubic feet
max takeoff weight
38850 lbs
landing weight
33750 lbs
max payload
3500 lbs
max fuel payload
1455 lbs
14045 lbs
normal cruise airspeed
459 KTAS
long range cruise airspeed
459 KTAS
service ceiling
45000 ft

*Specifications are based on manufacturer data and may vary from those of the specific aircraft sourced for your flight.

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