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Wed, 9 March 2016

Bombardier's Challenger 650 Aircraft Receives Full Type Certification from EASA

Bombardier's Challenger 650 aircraft has received full type certification from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).

"Our Challenger 650 aircraft successfully entered into service in 2015 and is now about to make its European debut in 2016. Demand for this aircraft is strong around the world and with certification now in-hand, we are eager for EASA-registered customers to experience this brand new jet," said David Coleal, President, Bombardier Business Aircraft. "Customers who are already operating the aircraft are delighted with its new cabin design, increased comfort and added productivity."

The new Challenger 650 cabin features a redesigned galley and seats as well as an advanced Cabin Management System - including largest-in-class HD monitors; Audio Video on Demand and Bluetooth integration.

The Challenger 650 aircraft's enhanced engines offer greater thrust, which enable shorter take-off distance, extra payload capacity or greater range capabilities out of challenging airports. With a true 4,000 NM (7,408 km) range capability, the Challenger 650 business jet can connect London to New York, Dubai to London and Sao Paulo to Miami non-stop.

The Challenger 650 also features the Bombardier Vision flight deck, providing pilots with new levels of control and comfort, in addition to increasing situational awareness thanks to the latest generation Flight Management Computer, Synthetic Vision System (SVS), MultiScan weather radar and available head-up display with Enhanced Vision System (EVS).

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