Challenger 600

Aircraft Information
Average Passenger Capacity: 10 Lavatory Style: Full
Airspeed (mph): 484 Range: 3910
Cabin Width: 8.2 Cabin Height: 6.1
Cabin Length: 28.3
Challenger 600 Pictured
Challenger 600 EXT   Challenger 600 INT
 Challenger 600 FP
Originally developed as a fast business jet by Bill Lear as the LearStar 600, Canadair bought the exclusive rights and called the jet the Challenger 600 when it was first delivered in 1980. The aircraft features a low/swept wing with recognizable winglets, and dual, rear fuselage mounted turbofan engines. Each side of the fuselage has 6 cabin windows. The 600 has a swept T-tail with swept horizontal stabilizer and seats up to 19 passengers plus a two man crew. It has a cruise speed of 470 knots and a range of 3200 nautical miles.





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