Bombardier introduced the Challenger 350 in 2014. The midsize business jet has since become a mainstay within the industry. Nearly 300 have been sold since. The Challenger 350 has room for 10 passengers and can reach over 3,000 Nautical Miles.
Bombardier created the Challenger 350 to compete with various other midsize jets, and they’ve created an aircraft that does just that! Powered by the Honeywell HTF7350, the Challenger 350 gets you where you need to go without compromising speed or comfort.
Flying in Comfort
Boasting the widest cabin in its class, Bombardier prides itself on creating a comfortable cabin without losing style along the way. The Challenger 350 offers various configurations, all of which include seats that are able to swivel 180 degrees.
The Challenger 350 has a cabin height of six feet, which is standard in its class. Along with comfortable seating and ample space, Bombardier equips the Challenger 350 with a fully integrated entertainment system.
Various speakers along the fuselage allow high-tech audio to reach passengers, regardless of the configuration. As expected, the Challenger 350 also has various controls integrated throughout for temperature and media control.
Far and Fast
The Challenger 350 has an operating range of up to 45,000 feet. This gives the Challenger 350 the ability to travel great distances, both fast and efficiently. New York to London is easily doable in the Challenger 350.
The Challenger 350 cruises at Mach .82 or nearly 630 mph. The Challenger 350 is able to fly at these speeds at 45,000 feet, thanks to its Honeywell HTF7350. Due to upgrades from Bombardier, these jet engines produce nearly 7.3% more takeoff thrust than normal. This allows the Challenger 350 to get to altitude much faster, saving fuel and time.
The Challenger 350 is one of the best in its class. Bombardier has instilled all the luxuries one would expect from a midsize business jet. This creates a cabin that is acclimated to high-end creature comforts.
The performance of the Challenger 350 is really the selling point. There aren't many midsize jets that can carry up to 10 passengers 3,200 nautical miles at speeds of Mach .82 or greater. For this reason, the Challenger 350 is essentially in a class of its own.