The Challenger 850 is a large cabin, transcontinental jet designed and manufactured by Bombardier Aerospace. The jet is derived from Bombardier’s CRJ200 50-seat airliner and as such features one of the most expansive cabins in its category.
Bombardier launched the Challenger 850 program in 2005. In fact, two other programs were simultaneously launched. The Challenger 870 and 890 programs were to develop executive jets from its 70-seat and 90-seat airliners respectively but only the Challenger 850 program was completed.
In creating the private jet from the 50-seat airliner, Bombardier incorporated numerous design changes to endow it with the flexibility and comfort of an executive jet. Some of the performance-enhancing changes include a redesigned airframe, increased payload, greater takeoff weight, greater range, a computer-controlled fly-by-wire system, and more powerful engines. The cockpit is large and superbly organized featuring Rockwell Collins Pro Line 4 avionics; renown for it technology, efficiency and productivity. The Challenger 850 design retains an airliners durability and multiple layers of system redundancy so operators enjoy airliner-style mission reliability.
The cabin design team created one of the most productive and comfortable environments in which to work or relax. The interiors of the roomy cabin are fully customizable with typical accommodations being for twelve to fourteen passengers. Most feature multiple sections of club seating, divans, forward or rear placement of galley and lavatory, large wardrobe and an airborne office suite that features everything you need to run your business.
The Challenger 850 is perfect for the client who doesn’t require the range of the ultra long range jets, but who needs an executive cabin feel.
Technical specifications are as follows:
The Challenger 850 is equipped with two General Electric CF34-3B1 turbofan engines rated at 9,220 lb thrust each.
Performance specifications are as follows:
The Challenger 850 has a maximum cruising speed of 528 mph (850 km/h) with an typical cruising speed of 509 mph (850 km/h) . The range with eight passengers and two crew is 3225 mi (5,206 km).
Dimension specifications are as follows:
The Challenger 850 overall length is 87ft 8in (26.77m) and height is 20ft 5in (6.22m). The aircraft has a wingspan of 69ft 6in (21.21m). The internal baggage compartment can hold 324 cubic feet and is accessible in flight.
Weight specifications are as follows:
The Challenger 850 has a maximum takeoff weight of 53,000 lb (24,040 kg) and maximum payload is 9382lb (4,256 kg). With full fuel load, the payload limit is reduced to 358lb (162 kg).
Internal specifications are as follows:
The Challenger 850 cabin length is 48ft 5in (14.76 m), height is 6ft 1in (1.85 m) and the width is 8ft 2in (2.49 m). The cabin has a number of configuration options to accommodate up to sixteen passengers. Configurations include an expansive galley, forward and rear lavatories, and popular seating elements such as a four-place club, a conference/dining area, at least one and sometimes multiple full length divans that also serve as beds, plus a variety of accompanying cabin furniture for entertainment, work, and storage.
Cabins feature a large galley, two lavatories with the rear lavatory luxuriously finished and featuring a full wardrobe. Cabin living space configurations are entirely customizable and passengers are accommodated in plush surroundings finished with the finest leather, fabrics, and wood trim. Electronic and entertainment offerings include an airborne office suite with high-speed data communications, Iridium phone system, multiple LCD monitors, DVD players, CD player, and Airshow passenger information.
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