The CL-650 is a major upgrade of the CL-605. It includes a completely redesigned interior cabin, the new "Vision" flight Deck which is a Rockwell Collins Proline 21 Enhanced, and a 5% increase of takeoff thrust. Unveiled at the 2014 NBAA: the next Challenger is the 650, a makeover of the Challenger 605 that was itself rolled out as an evolution in 2006. The new Challenger evolves the super-midsize Challenger 300 into the 350, with a heavy focus on comfort in the up-to-12-passenger cabin as well as improvements to the flight deck and avionics systems. A new performance feature is the ability to calculate flexible takeoff thrust settings depending on field length, from maximum thrust to reduced power for longer runways or lighter aircraft weights. This is available on the Globals.
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The Bombardier Challenger 650 has a range of 4,011 nautical miles. Type in your city or airport identifier for a visual representation of the NBAA IFR Range (NM) for this aircraft.