|STANDARD DATA: Seats 8-9. Gross wt. 38,500. Empty wt. 23,350. Engines two 6,826-lb. Honeywell HTF7000 turbofans. PERFORMANCE: Max cruise 470 kts. Normal cruise 460 kts. Ceiling 45,000'. Range 3,100 nm. Landing distance 2,600'.|
The Challenger 300 is mid-range corporate jet, sitting between Bombardier’s large Learjet 60 and the Challenger 604. The Challenger 300 is made of a light-alloy structure, with composites used for some non-structural items. The fuselage is of a semi-monocoque construction with frames and stringers. The 300 was originally named the ‘Continental’, but became the Challenger 300 in 2002.