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GENEVA - Canadian aeroplane maker Bombardier has expanded its leading Challenger family of business jets with the launch of the new Challenger 350 aircraft in collaboration with global leader in private aviation, US firm NetJets.
The launch on Monday was held at a special event here at the European Business Aviation Conference and Exhibition (EBACE).
Bombardier said deliveries of the 10-seat jet would begin early next year.
The Challenger 350 aircraft is currently under development and the design and the design tolerances remain to be finalized and certified, Bombardier stated,
"The Challenger 350 jet will take our existing Challenger family to new heights," said Steve Ridolfi, President, Bombardier Business Aircraft.
"This aircraft further enhances our leading business aircraft portfolio and will provide our customers with redefined design standards. Passengers will experience new comfort levels as they relax in the completely new cabin, enjoy a purpose-built and intuitive cabin management system and increase their efficiency with superior performance, and all at best-in-class operating costs."
The new aircraft in the super midsize jet segment - reflects the feedback received from the existing Challenger customers, Ridolfi said." ...
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