Sunday, 24 May 2015

NetJets Europe Bombardier Challenger 350 visits Dublin Airport

CS-CHA Bombardier Challenger 350 NetJets Europe
Today Sunday 24th May an Bombardier Challenger 350 visited Dublin Airport. The aircraft CS-CHA of NetJets Europe touched down at 1205 local from Farnbourgh.

This week the aircraft made its public debut with NetJets at the European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (EBACE 2015) in Geneva, Switzerland. Another three of the type are to be delivered to NetJets Europe this year.

The aircraft, CS-CHA Challenger 350 construction number 20544 was delivered to NetJets Europe Cascais Portugal, home-base, via Glasgow at the end of April. It has been doing crew familiarization flights since including one to Dublin on 13th May.

NetJets chairman and CEO Jordan Hansel said "We’re particularly proud of what we’ve achieved with our Signature Series jets at NetJets. All of the cabin materials you see on-board the Challenger 350 aircraft are hand-selected by our design team.

This is complemented with iPads on-board each aircraft that feature pre-loaded entertainment content, along with a Blu-ray player and HD monitors. Additionally, our Signature Series Challenger 350 jets in Europe will have in-flight entertainment available later this year, which helps set us apart further from the competition."

The Challenger 350 carries eight passengers with a range of 3,200 nautical miles (5,926 km)  at a cruise speed of Mach 0.80.

It's newly derived engines offering increased power and lower emissions, the Challenger 350 aircraft now has the fastest time-to-climb in business , impressively the Challenger 350 business jet can directly climb to an impressive 43,000 feet (13,106 m) altitude.


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