Bombardier Challenger 350

Engineers evolved the Challenger 300 into a new model with improved avionics, more-powerful engines, new winglets and nicer cabin amenities. They also boosted maximum weights by up to 1,750 lb. and increased spec basic operating weight to a realistic level basedupon typical customer options.

The result is the Challenger 350. The Challenger 350 Business Jet is reaching new heights. Ground-breaking cabin design, longer range and lowest direct operating costs, carrying eight passengers for 3,200 nautical miles non-stop at a cruise speed of Mach 0.80. With it’s two newly defined Honeywell HTF7350 engines, it now has the fastest time-to-climb in business aviation. It can climb directly to 43,000 feet, thus saving fuel and avoiding bad weather and traffic.

The Challenger 350’s pair of composite canted winglets is one of the most obvious modifications to the aircraft, which increase aspect ratio and overall wing area. This enables the new aircraft to climb higher and cruise more efficiently in spite of its greater weight. Overall, the main wing is retained with few changes.

The main cabin seating area is 16.5 ft. long and noticeably brighter due to the larger cabin windows. The standard interior configuration accommodates nine passengers — eight in forward and aft four-chair club seating groups, plus another on the belted aft lavatory seat. A three-place divan is optional in place of the left rear-facing club chairs, increasing seating capacity to 10 passengers. The galley has a full-length, solid countertop. A wet sink, occasional-use cabin attendant seat, and gasper-cooled food compartment are optional.

Standard cabin equipment includes a long list of cabin entertainment systems and accessories for personal devices and passenger convenience. An Iridium Satcom phone is standard, and internet connectivity/wireless streaming are available options.

Bombardier Challenger 350Specifications
Fuselage DimensionsUS standard
Length :68.8 (ft)
Height :20.0 (ft)
Wing Span :69.0 (ft)
Cabin Dimensions
Length :28' 7'' (ft)(in)
Height :6' 1'' (ft)(in)
Width :7' 2'' (ft)(in)
Typical Configuration
Crew :
Passengers :
Pressurization :.0 (psi)
Fuel Capacity
Standard :14,150 (lbs)
Standard :2,112 (gal)
Optional :
Optional :
Max. Ramp :40,750 (lbs)
Max. Takeoff :40,600 (lbs)
Zero Fuel :28,200 (lbs)
Basic Operating :24,800 (lbs)
Max. Landing :34,150 (lbs)
Vs Clean :0 (kn)
Vso Landing :0 (kn)
Normal Cruise TAS :459 (kn)
Vmo (Max Op) IAS :470 (kn)
Normal : (fpm)
Engine Out : (fpm)
Ceiling :45,000 (ft)
Landing Performance
FAA Field Length :2,710 (ft)
Takeoff Performance
SL ISA BFL :4,835 
5000' +20C BFL :
Range :3,200 (nm)
Number of :
Model(s) :HTF7350 
Thrust (per engine) :7,323 (lbs)
Shaft (per engine) :0 (hp)
Common TBO Hours :

Direct Costs Per Hour (US Standard)Dollar (US)
  Fuel Cost Per Gallon$4.63
  Additive Cost Per Gallon0
  Burn Rate (Gallons Per Hour)289
  Labor Cost Per Hour$159.84
  Parts Cost Per Hour$175.47
Engine Overhaul$269.66
Thrust Reverse Overhaul13
Miscellaneous Flight Expenses0
  Landing-Parking Fee0
  Crew Expenses0
Total Direct Costs$1,956.04
Block Speed Statute Miles Per Hour435
Total Cost Per Statute Mile4.5

Annual Fixed Costs (US Standard)Dollar (US)
Crew Salaries$241,820
  Capt. Salary$129,000
  Co-pilot Salary$85,000
Hangar Cost$97,000
  Legal Liability$23,400
Misc. Overhead$70,885
  Nav. Equipment$2,200
Total Fixed Costs$1,081,269

Annual Budget (US Standard)Dollar (US)
Number of Seats8
Total Direct Costs$899,778
Total Fixed Costs$1,081,269
Total Cost (Fixed & Direct)$1,981,047
  Cost/Statute Mile$9.91
  Cost/Seat Mile$1.24
Total Cost (No Depreciation)$1,364,922
  Cost/Statute Mile$6.82
  Cost/Seat Mile$0.85
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