The Challenger 605, which began service in 2007, is an entry-level large cabin aircraft that’s ideally suited for trans-continental U.S. and occasional trans-Atlantic missions. It has almost the same cabin cross section as the Global 6000, can fly six passengers 3,700 nm at Mach 0.80 and offers excellent dispatch reliability, operators say. Bombardier created the Challenger 605 by adding three major modifications to the Challenger 604: The cockpit is upgraded with Rockwell Collins Pro ...
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