The Bombardier Challenger 300 was intelligently engineered for comfort and performance, leading to comparatively low operating costs. Designed essentially from scratch, Bombardier conducted extensive client and market research to create the this crowd pleasing jet.
Although the Challenger 300 was launched in 2003, it has already undergone it’s first cabin update. This redesign was not due to flaws, but to maintain Bombardier’s commitment to keep the Challenger 300 to living up to its namesake and to continue challenging the expectations of those that fly privately.
Bombardier’s Challenger 300 holds 5 over-water and transcontinental U.S. records, securing the position of having the greatest combination of range, speed, and ability to use more airports than any other comparable jet.
Because this jet was designed with existing fans of private aviation in mind as well as deeply involved in the conceptual process, the Challenger 300 claims to be at the “leading edge of technology, comfort, and convenience”. Track and swivel seats in conjunction with new cushion design and adjustable headrests provide for the suitability of both busy executives piloting meetings, or for the comfort of those trying to relax while trekking to an important event.
The Challenger 300 was created in order to supersede the typical expectations of the private jet market, and with Bombardier’s commitment to perfecting refinement, it surely has.
|Cabin Volume:||860 cubic feet|
|Cabin Width:||7.2 feet|
|Cabin Height:||6.1 feet|
|Cabin Length:||28.3 feet|
|Baggage:||106 cubic feet, 5-8 Golf Bags, 8 Suitcases, 5-8 pairs of skis|