The Challenger 300 offers one of the largest cabins in its class for increased comfort while still providing impeccable service on both transcontinental and domestic flights.
Take off distance
860 cu ft
106 cu ft (external)
The price of a charter flight on the Challenger 300 ranges from $10,900 to $12,900 per hour. Final costs depend on the customer’s departure city, destination, and flight schedule. Contact JetLevel for more information on booking a charter flight.
With a cabin volume of 860 cubic feet, the Challenger 300 is one of the biggest super-mid jets. The spacious cabin fits eight to nine passengers with room to spare. But the size of the jet doesn’t dampen its performance. The Challenger 300 is one of the more popular super-mid jets, with 457 manufactured by Canadian company Bombardier between 1999 and 2014.
The Challenger 300 offers ranges exceeding 3,000 nautical miles, meaning you could easily take this jet from the East to West coast, or even across an ocean. For example, a trip from California to Hawaii would be a breeze in the Challenger 300. You’ll also get to your destination quickly thanks to cruising speeds of 540 miles per hour.
Not only will a trip in the Challenger 300 be efficient, it will also be very comfortable. Relaxing, working, or socializing are all possible in the Challenger 300’s cabin, which is one of the widest in its jet class. In addition to ample legroom, passengers will enjoy the full refreshment center, enclosed lavatory, and in-flight luggage access. Plus, the NICE (Network Integrated Cabin Equipment) management system allows passengers to control the lights, temperature, and entertainment system from their seats.
The Challenger 300 is equipped with twin Honeywell HTF 7000 engines with 6,826 pounds of thrust each. These powerful engines contribute to the jet’s impressive climb rate and extended range. Inside the cockpit, pilots use the Collins Pro Line 21 avionics suite, one of the most advanced systems on the market.