Bombardier has delivered the 350th Challenger 350
Amongst the qualities that set
the Challenger 350 aircraft apart from competitors is an
intercontinental range that holds true at full fuel and with eight
The Challenger 350 entered service in
June 2014. As of 31 May 2020, the worldwide fleet of in-service
Challenger 350 aircraft has accumulated more than 648,000 flight hours
and more than 383,000 landings.
The Challenger 350 aircraft
has held the coveted title of best-selling super mid-size business
jet for six consecutive years, capturing 43 per cent of market
share in 2019.
Amid all its success, Bombardier has
introduced a steady stream of enhancements to the Challenger 350
aircraft, including an available compact head-up display (HUD) and
Enhanced Vision System (EVS), class-leading cabin sound-proofing
technology and refined cockpit aesthetics.
improvement package also allows the aircraft to fly up to 1,500
nautical miles farther than before out of short runways,
complementing its already impressive takeoff and landing
performance that includes steep-approach capability.
“The 350th delivery of a
Challenger 350 aircraft, reached after only six years in service,
speaks volumes,” said Peter Likoray, Senior Vice President,
Worldwide Sales and Marketing, Bombardier Business Aircraft. “This
achievement shows the great confidence customers place in this
aircraft and demonstrates Bombardier’s production proficiency and
strong supplier base.”
Challenger 350 business jet has a true, seats full, tanks full,
3,200-nautical-mile range and can connect New York to London or
Paris to Dubai.