• Passengers 11

Boasting one of the largest cabins in its class and transcontinental range, the Challenger 650 can link financial capitals such as New York and London or Dubai and Singapore.

About this aircraft

  • Introduced in 2015, the Challenger 650 is an upgrade of the 605 and has two extra executive seats than its predecessor.
  • The Challenger 650 can accommodate up to 12 passengers if one is seated in the enclosed lavatory, however most are configured for nine or 11 passengers.
  • With a range of about 7,400 km, the Bombardier Challenger 650 can fly non-stop from New York to Los Angeles, London to Dubai and Dubai to Singapore.
  • Its baggage compartment can hold at least 12 suitcases, meaning every passenger can travel with their own bag.
  • Bombardier has delivered over 80 Challenger 650s since launching the aircraft.

The Bombardier Challenger 650 was introduced in 2015 as the ultimate development of the 600 family. The aircraft is an upgrade of the Challenger 605, featuring more powerful engines, extra executive seating, and larger galley appliances for faster meal preparation.

Interior design

The Challenger 650 boasts one of the widest cabins in its class and comes in two possible configurations: the Executive, which seats 11 passengers, or the nine-seat Globetrotter. Each features a forward club suite and an aft divan, adjacent to either a four-seat conference suite (Executive) or a two-seat lounge suite (Globetrotter). Both layouts also have a galley at the entrance and an enclosed lavatory in the rear.

Every aspect of the cabin has been carefully designed to maximise passenger comfort, from the large windows to fold-out tables and angled touch screens. The baggage compartment is accessible throughout the flight, making it easy to retrieve personal items whenever needed.

Below are the two typical configurations found onboard a Challenger 650.

Interesting facts to learn before you fly

  • The Challenger 650 is certified for steep approaches and can land at challenging airports like London City, Aspen and Lugano.
  • The aircraft’s intuitive wing design delivers an ultra-smooth ride.
  • In the Executive layout, seats can be converted into lie-flat beds for five passengers.

Technological features

The Challenger 650 is powered by two General Electric CF34-3B engines, each offering 8,729 pounds of thrust and using a combined 227 gallons per hour. In the cockpit, the Rockwell Collins Advanced avionics suite features four large displays and synthetic vision and MultiScan weather radar systems.

Passengers can seamlessly switch between entertainment and information using Bombardier's cabin management system, which can be accessed wirelessly via personal devices. Universal HDMI and USB ports enable a plug-and-play entertainment experience, while video conferencing, live streaming and even online gaming can be undertaken in-flight thanks to Ka-band high-speed internet connectivity.


The Challenger 650 was introduced in 2015 and is the latest aircraft in Bombardier’s popular family of business jets. The line began back in 1978 with the Challenger 600, followed by the Challenger 601 with added winglets and more powerful engines.

Next came the Challenger 604 with even better engines, greater fuel capacity and a new undercarriage and avionics. The Challenger 605 followed, boasting bigger windows, a new tailcone, upgraded avionics and 'electronic flight bag' capability.

The Challenger 650 improved on the 605 with a redesigned interior, Rockwell Collins ProLine 21 Advanced Flight Deck and a 5% increase in takeoff thrust.


Bombardier Aviation (formerly Bombardier Aerospace) manufactures business, commercial and specialised aircraft. The company began with the acquisition of several established aviation companies, starting with Canadair in 1986 and followed by Short Brothers in 1989, Learjet in 1990 and Boeing subsidiary De Havilland Aircraft of Canada in 1992.

Following commercial aviation partnerships with Chinese state-owned manufacturer Comac and multinational aerospace corporation Airbus, Bombardier eventually sold de Havilland and its aerostructures division to focus solely on business aircraft.

Headquartered in Montreal, Canada, today Bombardier has over 60,000 employees and is a leading global manufacturer of aircraft and trains with sites in 25 countries.


A new Bombardier Challenger 650 will set you back over $32.5 million (USD).

Charter rates

Charter rates for the Bombardier Challenger 650 can vary greatly depending on the length of the journey you have planned, as well as the airports you decide to fly in and out of.

Wet lease rates

ACMI (Aircraft, Crew, Maintenance, Insurance) wet lease rates for the Bombardier Challenger 650 can vary depending on the age of the aircraft, length of the lease term, the number of block hours being guaranteed and the average cycle ratio.

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Key details

  • Aircraft type Heavy Jets
  • Passengers 11
  • Cruise speed 870 KM/H / 541 MPH
  • Range 7400 KM / 4600 Miles


  • Luggage space 115 ft³
  • Enclosed lavatory Yes
  • Flight attendant Yes
  • Pressurised cabin Yes

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