The Bombardier Challenger 600 series is a family of business jets developed by Canadair after a Bill Lear concept, and then produced by its new owner, Bombardier Aerospace.
The jet was later stretched into the Bombardier CRJ regional airliner and the longer range Global Express. The 500th Challenger was rolled out in May 2000, and the 1000th was delivered in December 2015. By October 2018, 1,066 aircraft had been built.
The Challenger is a low-wing jet powered by two turbofans mounted in aft fuselage pods, with a supercritical wing and a stand-up cabin with two seating sections. Subsequent variants have updated systems, avionics, and higher weights.
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