Challenger 350 Features
In terms of interior design, the Challenger 350 improves upon its predecessor and stands as a top contender in its field. Its elegantly designed cabin, with its six-foot height, seven-foot width, and 25-foot length, is supplied with an abundance of amenities. Large, hand-crafted seats with 180-degree swivel technology and personal touch-screen controls provide passengers with the ultimate comfort and connectivity. The cabin features large windows that provide plenty of natural light, as well as sleek folding tables for working and dining.
Personal items are always accessible during flight with an interior baggage space measuring 106 cubic feet, and a large galley ensures fliers will stay refreshed on long journeys. In addition, the Challenger 350’s cabin is among the quietest in its class. The jet is equipped with a standard acoustic curtain and a pocket door in the galley, providing the best means of sound suppression for optimum productivity and relaxation.
The Challenger 350 offers outstanding runway capability, and its range is ideal for coast-to-coast private flights with maximum fuel efficiency. The aircraft is equipped with all-new Honeywell HTF 7350 turbofan engines that produce more power, have greater thrust, and require less drag. The aerodynamic performance of the 350 has been enhanced by the addition of a canted winglet to improve stability and fuel efficiency in flight.
An increased flight range is just one of the many ways the Challenger 350 improves upon the Challenger 300, extending maximum distance by 145 nautical miles over the older jet. With the capability of flying 3,200 nautical miles seamlessly at Mach 0.83, passengers can travel from New York to London or Paris to Dubai with reduced travel time.