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Bombardier Challanger350 aircraft completed 10 city pair speed records in 24 hours

October 18, 2019
Bombardier Challanger350 aircraft completed 10 city pair speed records in 24 hours

The Challenger 350 jet departed from Las Vegas and embarked on a 10-stop, U.S.-wide tour. As part of this mission, the aircraft flew at an average cruising speed of M 0.82 on most of each leg, with stops in Denver, Chicago, Teterboro, Washington, White Plains (New York), West Palm Beach, Houston, Dallas and Los Angeles, before returning to Las Vegas. The aircraft completed its extensive circuit and returned to its departure point at on the following day, after flying over 5,600NM. This record-setting achievement is a testament to the platform’s leading dispatch reliability, a critical productivity factor for corporate flight departments and large fleet operators.

The fastest business jet in history to reach 300 deliveries, the Challenger 350 aircraft boasts the largest cabin and lowest operating costs in its class

With the largest cabin, best equipped cockpit and lowest operating costs in its class, the Challenger 350 jet offers the luxury of having it all. Boasting an elegant design, high-end craftsmanship and improved ergonomics in the cabin and in the cockpit, the aircraft provides passengers with paramount comfort and peace of mind, knowing every flight will deliver a smooth ride from takeoff to touchdown.


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