Bombardier Challenger 300
Formerly known as the 'Continental', Bombardier launched the smallest of their Challenger series, the Challenger 300, in 2003 with one objective: to provide the cabin size and space of a Large Jet for the price of a Super Midsize Jet. The Challenger 300 features a very spacious stand-up cabin, larger than that of many of its competitors in the same category of Super Midsize Jets, and is excellent value for money. The typical layout is a Club 4 arrangement, three-seater sofa and two individual seats, allowing up to 9 passengers to travel in optimum comfort. In addition to this comfortable interior, the 300 also provides an excellent service due to its high performance capacity. It offers a competitive range of over 5700km, making it capable of connecting Cannes and Dubai, for example. Extremely spacious and reliable, the Challenger 300 comes highly recommended for medium-haul flights.
|manufacturer:Bombardier||height: 6.07 ft | 1.85 m||speed: 870 kts | 1611 kph||range: 3100 nm | 5741 km|