The Bombardier Challenger 300 is a super-mid-sized jet capable of traversing trans-continental distances.
The project was launched at the Paris Air Show on July 13 1999, at which time it was called the Bombardier Continental. The jet was renamed in September 2002, and entered commercial service in January 2004.
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NBAA 2007: XOJET Orders and Secures Options for a Total of 80 Bombardier Challenger 300 Jets - Firm order for 20 Challenger 300 jets and options for an additional 60 aircraft - Largest single Challenger 300 jet order in Bombardier Business Aircraft history - New XOJET program confirms Challenger 300 jet as the superior super-midsize aircraft
Sep 25, 2007; ATLANTA, GEORGIAMarketwire - Sept. 25, 2007) - Bombardier Aerospace today announced the largest single Challenger 300 aircraft...
EBACE 2007: Omni Aviacao Orders Bombardier Challenger 300 and Learjet 40 XR Jets - Aero Services named Learjet AOG/ LMF at Paris-Le Bourget Airport
May 23, 2007; GENEVA, SWITZERLANDCCNMatthews - May 23, 2007) - Bombardier Aerospace today announced that OMNI Aviacao - a leading aircraft...