New Challenger Jet from Bombardier

  • The sleek and sophisticated Challenger 350.

    The sleek and sophisticated Challenger 350.

  • The Challenger 350's interior screams luxury.

    The Challenger 350's interior screams luxury.

  • Built using finest materials.

    Built using finest materials.

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Teaming up with NetJets for the worldwide launch, Bombardier Aerospace has just unveiled the latest member in their Challenger family of business jets on May 20, 2013 at the European Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition (EBACE) in Geneva. Named the Challenger 350, it is an upgraded version of the Challenger 300—one of world’s most popular midsize jets—and it boasts a new design for the interior and is featuring more powerful engines which enables the 10-seater jet to climb directly to 13,106 meters (43,000 feet). “Passengers will experience new comfort levels as they relax in the completely new cabin, enjoy a purpose-built and intuitive cabin management system and increase their efficiency with superior performance, and all at best-in-class operating costs,” said Steve Ridolfi, President, Bombardier Business Aircraft. Deliveries of the new aircraft will begin early next year.

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