Bombardier’s Challenger series, perhaps its most successful line, has only become better with experience. Because the original Challenger was so successful, Bombardier continues to use its general design while incorporating up-to-date technology and improvements on well-received components. It would be a challenge, pun intended, to fill the shoes of the Challenger 604, the “best-selling model in the heavy-iron category.” However, the Challenger 605 maintains every praised feature of its predecessor, adding freedom, innovation and performance capabilities. It’s no wonder that this $27 million long-range business jet is a valuable asset to corporate clients. For good reason, Bombardier chose to preserve the spacious “Challenger” cabin that has accommodated business travelers for years. In a combination of club, divan and individual seating, the Challenger 605 typically carries 10-12 passengers. Cabin measurements are 6.1 feet tall, over 7 feet wide and 28.3 feet long, almost necessary for long-duration flights. However, it has been completely restyled to reflect customers’ every desire. Larger and higher-positioned windows make for ideal viewing pleasure. It has an improved Ethernet-based management system, larger video monitors, an upgraded galley area, sturdier worktables and more LED lighting. Overall, the Challenger 605’s cabin offers more in every respect.
|Seating Cap||09 Pax + 02 Pilots|
|Range||4000 NM / 7408KM|
|Cabin Height||6.1ft / 1.83m|
|Cabin Width||8.2ft / 2.41m|
|Speed||459 kts / 850km/h|