9 (typical) Passengers
115 Baggage Capacity
8.20 Cabin Width
6.1 Cabin Height
28.30 Cabin Length
Enlosed Lavatory Style
The Bombardier Challenger 601 is a heavy corporate jet charter that was created with the main goal of providing travelers from all over the world the ultimate sense of comfort. This business jet charter has an abnormally wide-bodied fuselage and can hold up to nineteen passengers in its 8.2-foot wide cabin, yet it has the transcontinental range and the ability to finish nonstop air travel between practically any two cities in the United States.
This leading business jet charter features a flight system that is trustworthy and very simple to maintain. The 601 series consists of 2 variations: the 601-3A and 601-3R. Sharing everything but the engine, a T-tail, and tailcone fuel container, the 601-3R is the most current variation and replaced the 3A in 1993. The Challenger 601-3R was in production until 1996. The different variations of the 601 are:
● CL-601-1A: fine-tuned version including winglets to minimize drag and even more powerful General Electric CF-34 engines.
● CL-601-1A / ER: 601-1A retrofitted with an additional fuel storage tank in the tail.
● CL-601-3A: engine with a higher flat score and a glass cabin. This was the initial version marketed by Bombardier.
● CL-601-3A / ER: 601-3A with an extra, optional fuel tank in the tail.
● CL-601-3R: the tail tank was made common, and airline design “unsided” engines (no left or right) were made use of, matching exactly what was utilized on the CRJ.
As formerly pointed out, the cabin of this private jet charter is uncharacteristically large: its width is 8.2 feet, its height is 6.1 feet, and its length is 28.3 feet. Passengers take pleasure in a peaceful interior and well-lit cabin. This corporate jet charter normally has a seating configuration that conveniently holds in between eight and twelve people, but can be configured to hold as many as nineteen.
The Challenger 601-3R can take off in 6,050 feet (at sea level), and has a cruise rate of 460 knots. It can take five travelers up to 3,585 nautical miles nonstop.
The cabin of the Challenger 601-3R is ranked to 8.8 psi, implying that it could keep a sea-level cabin at 23,200 feet. Its efficiency is remarkably high taking into consideration that the cabin is bigger than the majority of other jets, and its Maximum Takeoff Weight (45,100 pounds) is far heavier than the ordinary MTOW of large-cabin private jets.
Improving on the already terrific Challenger 601, the 601-3R is a private jet well suited for regular cross-country journeys under strenuous conditions. It is reliable, comfy, and high performing. Its nonstop abilities are close to unlimited within the U.S., a choosing element for the majority of private jet charter passengers.