Bombardier’s Challenger 350 has received European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) clearance. Approval follows Transport Canada and U.S. FAA certification in June. Bombardier unveiled the 350, the follow-on to the Challenger 300, during the 2013 European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition with a fleet order from NetJets in hand for up to 200 of the model. In Europe, Bombardier has received an order from VistaJet for 20 of the aircraft with options for 20 more. VistaJet expects ...

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