1987 Bombardir/Challenger CL-600

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The Canadair CL-600 Challenger is a Canadian business jet developed by Canadair. It was introduced in 1978 and first flew on 8 November 1978. It was based on Canadair's Challenger business jet, which had been in development since the mid-1970s. The CL-600 is powered by two turbofan engines, and has a maximum range of 3,600 nautical miles (6,700 km). It has a maximum cruising speed of Mach 0.8, and can accommodate up to nineteen passengers in its standard configuration. The Challenger 600 series includes the CL-600 (the original model), the CL-601, the CL-601-3R (a regional airliner version of the CL-601), the CL-604 (an upgraded version of the CL-601-3R), the CL-605 (an upgraded version of the CL-604), and the CL-650 (a stretched version of the CL-605).


  • Total time (TTAF): 11162 TT
  • -Honeywell 5 tube EFIS system-
  • FD Dual Honeywell EFIS 803
  • Communications Dual Collins VHF-22C?s w/8.33 KHZ Spacing/FM Immunity
  • Navigation Dual Collins VIR-30?s
  • Transponder Dual Collins TDR-94D
  • DME Dual Collins DME-442?s
  • ADF Dual Collins ADF-60?s
  • HF Communications Bendix/King HF KTR 953/SELCAL
  • Radar Honeywell WU-870
  • Auto-Pilot Honeywell SPZ-800
  • FMS Dual Honeywell NZ-2000
  • IRS: Honeywell Dual IRS Units
  • TCAS Honeywell CAS-67A TCAS II x/Change 7
  • EGPWS/TAWS Sandel ST-3400B
  • CVR: Fairchild A100A

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