As the original aircraft in the 600 series, Bombardier’s Challenger 600 offers supreme cabin space and comfort as well as the ability to handle transcontinental trips. This heavy jet has the range capabilities of an airliner and is comparable to the Boeing 737; it can cross the United States without making any stops, and do so cost-efficiently. It was developed by Bill Lear of LearJet and Canadair, and was one of the first business jets to feature a supercritical wing. Since its introduction in 1981, it has stood among the elite in private aviation.
Challenger 600 Features
An abundance of amenities ensures maximum relaxation and comfort for those aboard. Standard configurations feature a forward galley, two seating sections, and a four-chair club section. The interior of the cabin features reclining and swivel chairs, offering passengers the ability to relax while flying. Moreover, the business jet has individual folding tables, a conference area, two wardrobes, and two aft lavatories, one in the front and one in the back. Convenient for business or relaxing, passengers will love the spacious and roomy cabin with low noise and minimal vibration levels.