The Challenger 300 was announced at the 1998 NBAA convention as a completely new aircraft, filling the gap in Bombardier's line between the Lear 60 and Challenger 604. Designed as a Maintenance Steering Group 3 (MSG-3) aircraft, the 300 was designed from the ground up with ease of maintenance in mind. The Challenger 300 is typically configured with fore and aft, four seat club sections. Three of the four pairs of facing chairs are fully berthable. The aft right seat has limited motion to provide for unrestricted access to the over-wing emergency exit door. A three-place divan is offered in place of any of the three fully berthable chair pairs. Cabin overhead panels feature 10,000 hour design life LED lights.
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