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CHALLENGER & GLOBAL JETS
BOMBARDIER JET PERFORMANCE AT A GLANCE PAX = Typical Passenger Configuration        CABINV = Cabin Volume in Cubic Feet        CABINH = Cabin Height in Feet        BAGV = Baggage Volume (Interior/Exterior) in Cubic Feet        PAY - Payload with Full Fuel (lbs)        MTOW = Max Take Off Weight (lbs)        CRUISE = Normal Cruise Speed (kts)        RANGE = NBAA IFR Range with Seats Full (NM)    GPH = Gallons per hour            AIRCRAFT         PAX  CABINV CABINH BAGV   PAY    MTOW   CRUISE IFR RANGE  GPH Global 6000            2140    6.25  195  2408   98,000   488    6055      460 Global 5000            2022    6.25  195  1120   87,700   488    4724      455 Global XRS             2140    6.25  195  2408   98,000   488    6055      460 Global Express         2140    6.25  190  1792   95,000   488    5940      480 Challenger 300     8   860     6.08  106  1255   38,500   440    3100      260 Challenger 600     9   1035    6.1   115  2610   41,250   450    2800      325 Challenger 601-1A  9   1035    6.1   115  930    43,100   440    3180      330 Challenger 601-3A  9   1035    6.1   115  830    43,100   440    3080      330 Challenger 601-ER  9   1035    6.1   115  1365   45,100   440    3380      330 Challenger 601-3R  9   1035    6.1   115  1365   45,100   440    3380      330 Challenger 604     9   1035    6.1   115  750    47,600   440    3838      320 Challenger 605     9   1150    6.1   115  1535   48,200   459    3879      295 Challenger 850     15  1990    6.1   202  360    53,500   442    2456      310 Information   provided   as   a   courtesy   to   clients   of   OMNI   JET   TRADING.   It   is   based   upon   the   best   available information.   However,   many   figures   are   based   upon   estimates   or   variable   conditions   and   we   do   not warrant it for accuracy and it should not be used for flight planning purposes. Use only an approved flight manual for the aircraft. GE OnPoint Costs  JSSI Engine Costs MSP (Chal 600)
AIRCRAFT HISTORY Global 6000 (2012 to 2013 - SN 9429 to SN 9540) The   Global   6000   is   a   Global   Express   XRS.   In   2012   Bombardier   rebranded   the   Global Express   XRS   the   Global   6000   to   better   fit   into   its   model   lineup.   Global   6000   Factory Brochure GLOBAL EXPRESS XRS ( 2004 to 2012 - SN 9159 to SN 9428) The   Global   XRS   is   an   improved   version   of   the   original   Global   Express   offering   higher   cruise speed,    increased    range,    improved    cabin    layout    and    lighting.    The    range    increase    is achieved   by   addition   of   a   1,486   lb   (674   kg)   fuel   tank   at   the   wing   root.   .The   Global   XRS   was introduced in 2004.          Global Express XRS Brochure GLOBAL 5000 (2004 to 2015 - SN 9130 to SN 9998) The   Global   5000   is   a   slightly   smaller   version   of   the   Global   Express.   It   has   a   range   of   4,800 NM.    Although    the    fuselage    is    five    feet    shorter    than    the    Global    Express,    its    available passenger   seating   area   (separate   from   the   galley   and   lavatory)   is   the   same.   Two   Rolls Royce      BR710A2   engines   of   14,750   lbs   thrust,   power   the   aircraft.   Other   than   the   maximum range,   performance   is   similar   to   the   Global   Express.   The   Global   5000   is   slotted   in   between the   Challenger   604   and   Global   Express   in   size   and   price.   First   flight   took   place   in   2003 with    deliveries    commencing    in    2004.    Global    5000    changes    compared    to    the    Global Express   are:   1)   Fuselage   shortened   by   0.813   m   (32   in);   2)   Removal   of   the   fuel   tank   in   the tail   and   limiting   fuel   in   the   wings;   3)   Reduction   in   MTOW   by   5,500   lb   (2,500   kg);   4) Reduction   in   maximum   range   by   1,200   nmi;   5)   Rearrangement   of   some   avionics   to   gain usable    cabin    length;    6)    Allowance    for    interior    completions    (3,200    kg).    Global    5000 Brochure GLOBAL EXPRESS (1997 to 2004 - SN 9001 to SN 9169) The   Global   Express   is   Bombardier's   entry   into   the   ultra   long-range   jet   category.   Its   cabin   is twenty   feet   longer   than   its   Challenger   stable-mate,   providing   a   separate   crew   rest   area and   a   roomier   lavatory.   Typical   seating   is   for   fourteen   and   with   all   seats   filled   it   has   a maximum range of 6,250 nm with NBAA IFR reserves. Global Express Brochure                                                                                                                                                                                                 Global Express BCA InFlight Report      Global Express BCA Operator Survey CHALLENGER 800 / 850 (1996 to 2012 - SN 7136 to SN 8108) The   Challenger   800   is      the   largest   super-mid   size   business   aircraft   offered   by   Bombardier Aerospace   and   based   on   the   Regional   Jetliner   CRJ   200,   which   in   turn   was   developed   from the   Canadair   Challenger   600   model.   The   aircraft   is   powered   by   two   GE   CF34-3B1   engines. In   commercial   service,   the   CRJ   have   accumulated   over   6   million   flight   hours.   The   CL850   is the   newest   version   and   represents   lessons   learned   from   both   the   early   CRJ   aircraft   and the   business   Challenger   600/601/604   series.   The   aircraft,   in   business   service,   allow   for customized   interiors.   The   cabin   width   exceeds   eight   feet   and   it   has   a   flat   floor   with   true stand   up   room.   Seating   can   range   from   18   in   executive   configuration,   to   30   in   first   class shuttle   configuration.   Range   varies   with   payload   and   is   between   2,600   NM   to   nearly   3,200 NM    with    reserves.    The    main    difference    between    the    CL850LR,    the    CL850    and    the CL850CS    is    the    amount    of    fuel    installed    in    the    aircraft.    Challenger    800    Brochure       Challenger 850 Brochure CHALLENGER 605 (2006 to 2013 - SN 5701 to SN  5925) The   Challenger   605   was   introduced   in   2005   at   the   NBAA   Convention   in   Orlando,   FL.   It   is similar   to   the   CL604   but   will   feature   the   Rockwell   Collins   Pro-Line   21   avionics   suite   and   a redesigned    cabin.    The    Challenger    605    made    its    first    flight    on    January    22,    2006. Certification is planned for late 2006. Challenger 605 Brochure CHALLENGER 604 (1995 to 2007 - SN 5301 to SN 5665) The   Challenger   604   is   the   best   selling   model   of   the   Challenger   series   of   aircraft,   to   date.   It is   powered   by   GE   CF34-3B   engines,   with   three   percent   lower   fuel   consumption,   than   601- 3A   engines,   installed   on   the   previous   CL601-3A.   The   604   have   a   maximum   range   of   4,000 nautical   miles.   The   604   features   the   Collins   Pro   Line   4   avionics   system.   It   has   an   optional cabin   arrangement   that   provides   19   extra   inches   of   cabin   length   and   two   more   cabin windows   while   reducing   baggage   space   by   seven   cubic   feet.   The   604   made   its   first   flight on September 18, 1994. Challenger 604 Brochure     Challenger 604 BCA Article CHALLENGER 300 (2003 to 2013 - SN 20003 to SN 20395) The   Challenger   300,   formerly   known   as   the   Continental,   is   Bombardier's   entry   into   the super   mid-sized   battle   for   supremacy.   It   is   a   transcontinental   range   eight-seat   corporate jet, which will sit in the company's model line-up between the Learjet 60 and Challenger 600   series.   The   Challenger   300's   860   cubic   feet   of   cabin   volume   provides   true   double- club   seating   for   eight   passengers.   It   has   Honeywell   HTF   7000   engines   are   expected   to give   the   Continental   20%   more   range   than   the   leading   mid-size   business   jet   and   a   Collins Pro   Line   21   avionics   suite.   The   aircraft   was   certificated   in   2003   and   is   in   production. Challenger 300 Specifications    Challenger 300 Brochure CHALLENGER 601-3R  (1993 to 1997 - SN 5135 to SN 5194) The   Challenger   601-3R   was   introduced   in   1993.   It   is   equipped   with   GE   CF34-3A1   engines requiring   no   mandatory   time   between   overhaul.   They   were   "on   condition."   They   were designed to airline standards for reliability and maintainability. CHALLENGER 601-3A (1987 to 1993 - SN  5001 to SN 5134) The   601-3A   is   an   upgraded   version   of   the   Challenger   601-1A.   It   is   equipped   with   upgraded GE   CF34-3A   engines.   The   first   601-3A   flew   on   September   28,   1986.   The   601-3A/ER   is   an upgraded   version   of   the   Challenger   601-1A.   It   is   equipped   with   upgraded   GE   CF34-3A engines.   In   1989,   the   Challenger's   range   was   further   increased   by   the   addition   of   a   tail cone fuel tank holding 180 gallons. The ER designation denotes additional fuel capacity. CHALLENGER 601-1A  ( 1983 to 1987 - SN 3001 to 3066) The   601-1A   received   its   Supplemental   Type   Certificate   (STC   for   the   1A)   in   1983.   It   was   in production   from   1983   to   1987   and   66   were   produced.   It   is   essentially   a   model   600   with General   Electric   CF-34-1A   engines.   When   the   engines   go   through   hot-section   or   overhaul they   may   be   upgraded   to   the   601-3A   performance.   More   than   half   the   fleet   has   taken advantage   of   this   option.   The   range   of   the   601-1A   with   seats   full   is   3,180   nm   with   NBAA IFR reserves. CHALLENGER 600 ( 1981 to 1983 - SN 1005 to 1085) The   Challenger   600   is   the   original   model   of   the   Challenger   line   of   aircraft.   It   is   equipped with   Rolls-Royce   ALF-502's.   It   has   a   roomy   1,035   foot   cabin   with   ample   space   for   nine passengers.   At   serial   number   1024   and   higher,   the   original   clam   shell   style   door   was changed to the air stair door. Challenger 600 BCA Aircraft Review
Bombardier   Challenger   and   Global   aircraft   are   well   designed   and   state   of   the   art.   They   offer   excellent performance   and   service   support.   OMNIJET   is   pleased   to   offer   the   following   pre-owned   Challengers   and Global jets for sale. We focus on presenting the best aircraft at the best price.
2009 GLOBAL 5000 SN 9289
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2013 CHALLENGER 605 SN 5899
$16,000,000 USD
1983 CHALLENGER 600 SN 1081
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1982 CHALLENGER 600 SN 1071
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Bombardier   Challenger   and   Global   aircraft   are   well designed   and   state   of   the   art.   They   offer   excellent performance     and     service     support.     OMNIJET     is pleased       to       offer       the       following       pre-owned Challengers   and   Global   jets   for   sale.   We   focus   on presenting the best aircraft at the best price.
CHALLENGER & GLOBAL JETS
2013 CHALLENGER 605 SN 5899
$16,000,000 USD
2009 GLOBAL 5000 SN 9289
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1983 CHALLENGER 600 SN 1081
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1982 CHALLENGER 600 SN 1071
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