BASE PRICE: $ 26,673,000
The Challenger 350 is the second iteration of the 2004 Challenger 300 model. Launched as the Challenger Continental in 1999, the clean-sheet supercritical wing, wide midsize cabin airplane will soon become one the most successful airplane in the Bombardier portfolio.
The 2014 Challenger 350 version improved the model performance thanks to new wider canted winglets and FADEC controlled Honeywell engines with higher thrust. This version also features a redesigned more luxurious interior with 20% taller cabin windows.
|8 Passengers Range*||3,200 nm|
|Maximum Speed||M 0.83|
|High Speed Cruise||M 0.82|
|Long Range Cruise||M 0.80|
|Takeoff Distance||4,837 ft|
|Landing Distance||2,364 ft|
|Maximum Cruise Altitude||45,000 ft|
|Initial Cruise Altitude||43,000 ft|
|Maximum Takeoff||40,600 lb|
|Maximum Landing||34,150 lb|
|Maximum Zero Fuel||28,200 lb|
|Basic Operating||24,800 lb|
|Usable Fuel||14,150 lb|
|Maximum Payload||3,400 lb|
|Maximum Payload/Full Fuel||–|
The wide flat floor cabin of the Challenger 350 has always been one of the key attributes of this highly successful super-midsize jet.
The standard configuration of the challenger 350 accommodates eight passengers in a highly comfortable double club seating configuration. The cabin can also accommodate an optional three places divan pushing total passengers’ capacity to ten. The cabin is equipped with Lufthansa Technik’s state of the art cabin management system NICE® and allows for wireless entertainment and full cabin control from passenger’s personal electronic devices along with unparalleled crystal-clear audio sound through sidewall integrated speakers.
The Challenger 350 flight deck features Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21 avionics system with four LCD displays in portrait orientation. An optional lightweight compact Head-Up Display (HUD) with Enhanced Vision capability is now part of the offer for both line-fit delivery and retrofit allowing for increased situational awareness in all flight conditions.