Bombardier Challenger 3500
The Challenger 3500 is favored among corporate and charter operators due to the its flexibly economics, large cabin and high dispatch reliability, a vast improvement on the Challenger 300.
“The Challenger 3500 has the largest and quietest cabin in its class”
The Challenger 3500 cabin offers the same quality finishing’s that one expects in larger Bombardier Global Jets with a standard 2-zone configuration consisting 4 seat club in the forward cabin and 4 seat club in the aft cabin. A forward galley and aft lavatory frame the main cabin. Optional aft cabin configuration includes a 2 place club opposite a 3-place berthable divan.
The flight deck in the Challenger 3500 share much of the same capability as the larger Global Jets, based on the Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21 Advanced the 3500 with an optional HUD and Enhanced Vision (EVS).
The Challenger 3500 is powered by 2 x Honeywell HTF73500 turbofans, propelling it to a range of over 3,200 nm (New York to London).
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Bombardier Challenger 3500 FAQs
• What is the direct operating cost (DOC) of a Challenger 3500? The DOC for the Challenger 3500 is $3,152 per hour.
• What is the range of a Challenger 3500? The Challenger 3500 has a max NBAA range of 3,200 nm with 8 passengers and 2 crew.
• What is the max cruise speed of a Challenger 3500? The max cruise speed of the Challenger 3500 is 533 knots.
• How fast is the Challenger 3500? The Challenger 3500 has a top speed of Mach 0.83 with a high-speed cruise of Mach 0.82 and typical cruise of Mach 0.80.
• What is the take-off distance of a Challenger 3500? The Challenger 3500 has a take-off field length of 4,835 ft.
• What is the landing distance of the Challenger 3500? The Challenger 3500 has a landing distance of 2,364 ft.
• What is the service ceiling of a Challenger 3500? The Challenger 3500 has a service ceiling of 45,000 ft with initial cruise altitude of 43,000 ft at MTOW.
• What avionics suite / flight deck does the Challenger 3500 have? The Challenger 3500 flight deck is equipped with the Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21 Advanced, with optional Heads-up Display (HUD).
• What is the length of the cabin in a Challenger 3500? The Challenger 3500 cabin is 25.2 ft long from the cockpit bulkhead to the aft lavatory (excluding baggage).
• How many seats does a Challenger 3500 have? The Challenger 3500 has standard seating for 8 passengers (up to 10) and 2 crew.
• Does a Challenger 3500 have a crew jump seat? The Challenger 3500 has an optional crew jump seat.
• How many people can the Challenger 3500 sleep? The Challenger 3500 has 2-zone cabin capable of sleeping 4 in flight.
• What engines are in the Challenger 3500? The Challenger 3500 is powered by 2 x Honeywell HTF73500 engines.
• How much thrust does the Challenger 3500 produce? The Honeywell HTF73500 engines on the Challenger 3500 produce 7,323 lbs thrust flat rated to ISA + 15°C.
• What is the TBO (time between overhauls) on the Challenger 3500 engines? The Honeywell HTF73500 engines on the Challenger 3500 are maintained “on-condition”.
• What maintenance programs are available for the Challenger 3500? The Challenger 3500 is eligible for ‘Smart Services’ including Smart Parts, Smart Parts Plus and Smart Parts Preferred. The coverage (depending on program) includes Landing Gear overhaul, Cabin System components, Scheduled Labor, Un-Scheduled Labor, APU Coverage. The Rolls-Royce Pearl engines are eligible for the Honeywell MSP programs.