Bombardier's entry into the corporate jet market is in advance of some of its competitors, but early indicators are it's a winner
Bombardier's Challenger 300, now being delivered to customers in the green configuration, will still resemble the business aircraft they ordered four years ago. The then-named Continental had its official launch at the Paris air show in 1999. The corporate jet has seen its schedule slip by about six months and its payload with full fuel capacity has declined slightly. However, the twin-engine business jet appears to be meeting all other initial goals, including range, price and field ...
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