2006 CHALLENGER 300

CHALLENGER 300

The Challenger 300, originally known as the Continental Business Jet BD-100, is medium size trans-continental business jet from Bombardier Aerospace of Canada. The aircraft was renamed in September 2002. The aircraft carries up to eight passengers in a cabin with stand-up headroom over a non-stop range of 3,100nm. The aircraft received certification from Transport Canada in May 2003, US Federal Aviation Authority in June 2003 and European Joint Aviation Authorities in August 2003. The Challenger 300 has a conventional all-metal airframe. Winglets reduce lift-induced drag. The high cruise speed is Mach 0.82 or 870km/h and the maximum operating altitude is 45,000ft or 13,716m. The business-class cabin provides a working environment to corporate executive standards. The passenger cabin has an area of 13.28m² and seats eight business passengers in double-club seating.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • EU-OPS / EASA COMPLIANT

  • 48MO INSPECTION C/W OCT 2018

  • AIRFRAME ENROLLED ON SMART PARTS

  • ENGINES & APU ENROLLED ON MSP GOLD

SN: 20106

OVERVIEW

  • 3930 AIRFRAME TOTAL TIME

  • 2765 TOTAL CYCLES

  • 3992 TOTAL TIME ENGINES

  • COLLINS PRO LINE 21 AVIONICS SUITE

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