Challenger 300

Challenger 300

The Bombardier Challenger 300 is manufactured by Bombardier Aerospace. It was first launched in 1999 at the Paris Air Show. Formerly known as the Bombardier Continental, it was renamed in September 2002.

The Bombardier Challenger 300 was put into commercial use in January 2004. It is a super-mid-sized jet, which has the ability to make transcontinental flights. Most commonly, it is used as a business jet.

The Bombardier Challenger 300 only has a crew of two; a pilot and a co-pilot. The normal capacity is 16 passengers, but most of the time it only has 8 passenger seating. There are two different floor plans to choose from, which offer different seating options.

Its wide cabin offers plenty of room for its passengers. It features a flat floor and ample room to stand. Other amenities include: the ultimate sound experience as the walls become speakers, an entertainment center and a office to use in-flight.

The Challenger 300 has been certified by the FAA in the United States, the JAA in Europe, and Transport Canada. It was built for simplicity and low costs to maintain. Bombardier Aerospace has always focused on safety, reducing downtime and reducing the pilot's workload.

The features that allow for the low cost of maintenance are: the wing carries the fuel, hot air anti-ice system and standard thrust reversers. All of these features ensure that the Challenger 300 ensure that maintenance is not problematic.