The Challenger 350 was launched by Bombardier at EBACE 2013. The 350 is the latest version of Bombardier's Challenger 300 super-midsize business jet. It was designed with more powerful engines, new winglets, a more comfortable interior and upgraded avionics compared to the Challenger 300. Bombardier launched the Challenger 350 to compete with the new Gulfstream G280, Dassault's Falcon 2000, Embraer's Legacy 500 and the Cessna Citation Longitude. NetJets was the launch partner for the aircraft with 75 custom-configured aircraft on order. The standard interior configuration accommodates nine passengers — eight in forward and aft four-chair club seating groups, plus another on the belted lavatory seat. A three-place divan is optional in place of the left rear-facing club chairs, increasing seating capacity to 10 passengers
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The Bombardier Challenger 350 has a range of 3,250 nautical miles. Type in your city or airport identifier for a visual representation of the NBAA IFR Range (NM) for this aircraft.