Bombardier Challenger 650 Wanted

World Jet Trading is currently looking for an Bombardier Challenger 650 aircraft. Please get in touch with us, if you know any sellers.


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The Challenger 650 made its debut in 2014. The aircraft is the latest succession of Challenger 600 series aircraft and is a replacement for the Challenger 605. NetJets took its first delivery in late 2016 with the thousandth aircraft from the 600 series.

The Challenger 650 has a total wing area of 45.4m², wingspan of 19.6m, length of 20.9m and height of 6.3m. The maximum take-off weight of the jet is 21,863kg and maximum payload carrying capacity is 2,200kg. In its standard configuration, the jet accommodates ten passengers.

The flight deck of Challenger 650 is designed to perfectly blend the cockpit and cabin providing optimal comfort and control to the pilots. The cockpit features a synthetic vision system (SVS) and advanced avionics suite, equipped with the latest navigation, communication and surveillance architecture, supporting FAA Next Gen and SESAR emerging requirements.

A new flight management system (FMS) is incorporated with increased memory size and high upload-speed capability. It provides the basic required navigation performance of 0.3nm as well as localiser performance with vertical guidance.

Challenger 650 Cabin 

The Challenger 650 has the widest cabin in its class, offering a width of 2.41m, length of 7.8m, height of 1.83m and floor-line width of 2.11m.

The cabin can accommodate up to 12 passengers and offers stand-up headroom, larger seats, extra legroom and a flat floor throughout.

Bombardier offers its customers an option to choose from four different cabin floor plans with various seating and washroom arrangements.

The first executive floor plan is a ten-passenger configuration with an extended passenger compartment. It features a four-seat divan in the forward compartment and two facing club seats in the rear compartment.

The second executive floor plan is a 12-passenger configuration with an extended passenger compartment and features club seating in the forward compartment and a four-seat divan and conference table in the aft compartment.

The third plan, also a ten-passenger configuration, offers club seating in the forward compartment, while the aft compartment features a four-seat divan and two facing club seats. The plan also incorporates an extended washroom compartment, which can double as a full-size changing room.

The fourth executive floor plan is a 12-passenger configuration with club seating in the front compartment, as well as a four-seat divan with a conference table in the aft compartment. The washroom in this plan can also double as a full-size changing room.

The next-generation cabin management system (CMS) designed by Lufthansa Technik provides passengers with office-like control, productivity and entertainment capabilities.

The cabin is fully equipped with a multimedia system which allows passengers to store and play media. Passengers can access the content on their devices by connecting them to other portable devices using USB, HDMI, Bluetooth and other ports. The cabin also features two 24in bulkhead monitors for entertainment and information display.

The new angled side-ledge provides easy and instant access to passenger control units (PCU) such as light intensity, volume, flight attendant call, browsing of personal settings, distribution of audio / video content and other media. The PCUs use touchscreen technology, providing easy-to-access buttons.

Engine details of the new Challenger-class business jet

The Challenger 650 is powered by two CF34-3B MTO engines developed by GE Aviation. The engine delivers higher take-off thrust, shorter take-off distance, extra payload capacity, greater range capabilities, and reduced maintenance operations. Each engine generates a maximum take-off thrust of 9,220lbf (41kN), allowing the aircraft to fly from shorter runways.

Challenger 650 performance

The Challenger 650 has a range of 7,408km and can fly at a maximum speed of 870km/h. It can fly non-stop from London to New York, Dubai to London, and Sao Paulo to Miami.

The aircraft requires a take-off distance of 1,720m and landing distance of 846m. Its maximum operating altitude is 12,497m.