Heavy Charter Jets

Challenger 600 Charter Flights



Max Payload

6,850 lb


Heavy Jets

Take off distance

5,700 ft



Climb rate

4,450 ft/m



Cruise speed

528 mph

Maximum range


Cruise altitude

41,000 ft

Challenger 600 Charter Flight Information

The Challenger 600 jet charter is a premier heavy jet manufactured by Canadian-based Bombardier Aerospace Company. It combines supreme in-flight comfort with high-end cruising capabilities. This guarantees business executives make it to their meetings on time. The Challenger 600 is typically configured to carry eight passengers in a double-club arrangement. It can also be arranged to seat up to 19 in a higher-density arrangement. Its luxuriously appointed wide-body cabin, featuring a galley and full lavatory, measures:

  • 28 feet long
  • 2 feet wide
  • 1 feet high
One of the things jet charter clients appreciate about a Challenger 600 jet charter is it’s so quiet. This is due to the aircraft designers' emphasis on minimizing vibrations and cabin noise to provide a relaxing ride. This creates an ideal environment for either business or leisure. Passengers sometimes forget they’re cruising in a luxury jet charter.

High speed. Long Legs.

This business aircraft boasts a maximum range of over 3,314 miles and cruises at a remarkable long-range speed of 489 mph. In addition, it has a maximum cruise speed is 552 mph. With 115 cubic feet of baggage storage, you won’t have to tell your wife to pack lightly when you request a flight on this jet charter. Given the impressive range of the Challenger 600 jet charter, it’s capable of handling transcontinental flights from:
  • New York to London
  • Los Angeles to Fort Lauderdale
  • LA to Hawaii
The Challenger 600 series, which first took flight in the early 1980’s, was the first business jet to adopt a wide-body cabin design. This feature offered passengers an unprecedented ability to move freely about the cabin. The result was a more enjoyable inflight experience. A pair of Lycoming ALF502L turbofan engines powers the Challenger 600. At sea level, it requires 5,700 feet of runway space for takeoff. In addition, at a 5,000-foot elevation, the required takeoff distance rises to 7,350 feet.

Safety in the Skies

A Challenger 600 jet charter is capable of flying at a service ceiling of 41,000 feet, well above most air traffic and inclement weather. Not only does this provide a safer, smoother ride, it also allows flight planners greater flexibility to coordinate a jet charter to your specific needs. Another trait that endears the Challenger 600 to the jet charter community is its economy. While it offers cabin space and comfort rivaling some charter airliners, it is relatively economical to operate. Eventually, the Challenger 601 superseded the 600. The most noteworthy features included winglets and more advanced turbofan engines. They combined to give it transoceanic flight capabilities. In total, Bombardier (then Canadair) produced nearly 1,000 Challenger 600 series aircraft since they began building them more than three decades ago. It’s a testament to the Challenger’s ability to provide a blend of cabin space, long range and affordability in a heavy jet charter.  

Challenger 600 Charter Rates (Per hour)

* Pricing is based on aircraft availability and the positioning requirements of the aircraft.

Cabin configurations may vary

Aircraft Interior

Cabin height

6.10 ft

Cabin width

8.17 ft

Cabin Length

28.25 ft

Baggage Internal

115 cu ft

Passenger Seating


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