Bombardier Challenger 300/350

The Challenger 300 series is an executive office for the skies. At cruising speed of Mach 0.80, this high-performance jet can transport eight to nine passengers comfortably, non-stop from coast to coast.

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N365MC – Nine passenger Challenger 350

  • Bombardier Challenger 300 N155SL
  • Bombardier Challenger 300 N155SL Interior
  • Bombardier Challenger 300 N155SL Lavatory

N155SL – Eight passenger Challenger 300

  • Bombardier Challenger 300 N818WF

N818WF – Nine passenger Challenger 300

The Challenger 300/350 is designed to provide a highly productive working environment for short- or long-distance travel.
This aircraft is capable of non-stop flights up to 3,560 nautical miles with eight passengers and NBAA IFR fuel reserves.
Cruising at over 540 mph — Mach 0.8 — the Challenger 300 has established five world records sanctioned by the National Aeronautic Association (NAA).
Record flights from Carlsbad, CA to Bangor, ME, and Miami, FL to Seattle, WA have proven superior cruise performance across the continental United States.


Performance RangeUp to 3,560 nautical miles with 8 passengers
Seating8 or 9
Cruise Speed541 mph, Mach 0.8
Baggage Capacity106 cubic ft, accessible during flight
Cabin Length 28.56 ft
Cabin Height6.0 ft
Cabin Width7.17 ft
  • Free WiFi on every flight with talk and text service
  • Airshow 410 in-flight mapping systems
  • XM weather
  • Two 20″ wide-screen LCD monitors and DVD/CD player
  • Integrated iPod® control capability
  • Passenger wardrobe hanging space
  • Unrestricted in-flight access to baggage compartment

Cabin Comforts

  • Seats fully adjustable with fold-out tables
  • Work and dining tables
  • Airshow 410 in-flight mapping systems
  • Club seating
  • Individual AC power plugs at every seat
  • Two-zone air conditioning and low-heat LED overhead lights for comfort
  • Forward Galley microwave and two hot liquid containers
  • Fully stocked bar with snacks
  • Enclosed Lavatory with hot and cold water