The Bombardier Challenger 890 is an extended version of the Challenger 850. It is 21.4 feet longer and provides a longer cabin capable of holding a total of 90 passengers. The cabin of the Challenger 890 has been redesigned from the Challenger 850 and the floor has been lowered 1 inch. The fuselage structure has also been redesigned to provide more head room while seated. The windows on the Challenger 890 have been enlarged and raised 4.8 inches to be closer to the passengers head. The Challenger 890 has an identical cabin cross section as the Challenger 870. It measures 6.1 feet tall, 8.3 feet wide and 7.2 feet wide at the floor. The Challenger 890 has a cabin 59.1 feet long capable of holding a maximum of 90 passengers.
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The Bombardier Challenger 890 CS has a range of 2,342 nautical miles. Type in your city or airport identifier for a visual representation of the NBAA IFR Range (NM) for this aircraft.