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Comparing The New Challenger 350 vs. Challenger 300

Launched in May 2013, the new Bombardier Challenger 350 business jet has taken the aviation world by storm. The upgraded jet has reached new heights and broke more ground than the previous business jet, the Challenger 300. Bombardier will offer customers a choice between the Challenger 300 and Challenger 350 but most customers are expected to choose the newer aircraft. Let us take a moment to compare the two.


Challenger 300 vs Challenger 350


Challenger 300: 3,065 nautical miles Challenger 350: 3,200 nautical miles
A difference of about 145 nautical miles


Challenger 300: 10 Max Challenger 350: 10 Max
No Difference


Challenger 300:

  • Cabin length 25 ft 2 in
  • Cabin width centerline 7 ft 2 in
  • Cabin width floorline 5 ft 1 in
  • Cabin height 6 ft 1 in

Challenger 350:

  • Cabin length 25 ft 2 in
  • Cabin width centerline 7 ft 2 in
  • Cabin width floorline 5 ft 1 in
  • Cabin height 6 ft 1 in

No Difference in size, but the inside to the 350 has been improved with larger windows and the ability for passengers to control the lighting and temperature.


The avionics for the Challenger 350 have been updated compared to the 300. The new business jet sports the Rockwell Collin Pro Line 21 Advanced system. The features include synthetic vision (3D view of the landscape), dual inertial reference system, a completely paperless cockpit and MultiScan weather radar.


Challenger 300: Honeywell HTF7000 turbofans Challenger 350: Two Honeywell HTF7350
Difference: Challenger 350 has a max thrust of 7,323 lbs. & the Challenger 300 has a max thrust of 6,826 lbs.


No Difference

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