Description

The Bombardier Challenger 600 was the first member of the 600 series family, undergoing its first flight way back in 1978.

Since then, the 600 series has evolved considerably, with regular improvements, including winglets, larger fuel tanks and glass cockpits, increasing fuel economy, speed and range.

Bombardier Challenger 600 – The 601, simply the successor to the 600, was the first version marketed by Bombardier.

The Bombardier Challenger 600 is more like an airliner than a private jet. Comparable to the Boeing 737, it offers much more cabin space than any similar aircraft. It is quiet, fairly economical, and handles well. Pilots love to fly it, and passengers love the spacious, comfortable cabin and transcontinental range.

Bombardier Challenger 600 – To be exact, the cabin has a width of 8.2 feet and a height of 6.1 feet. It is usually configured to seat between nine and twelve passengers, but can be configured for as many as nineteen. Needless to say, it’s a very roomy private jet.

Bombardier Challenger 600 – The cabin is comfortable not only for its size, but also for its very low noise and vibration levels. There are 115 cubic feet of baggage space available in an internal compartment.

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Aircraft layout

Price: On Request


Passengers: 11
Cruise speed: 787 KM/H / 489 MPH


Cabin length: 8.6 M / 28'2"
Cabin width: 2.5 M / 8'2"
Cabin height: 1.8 M / 5'10"
Luggage space: 3.22 M / 10'6"


Enclosed lavatory: Yes
Entertainment centre: Yes
Flight attendant: Yes

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