Bombardier’s Challenger 605 is one of the world’s best-selling heavy jets due to its spacious interior, superior strength, reliability, and cost efficiency. The Bombardier Challenger 605 features an advanced cockpit, increased cabin comfort and has the capability of carrying 9 to 12 passengers across oceans and continental distances. Building upon the excellence and success of the Challenger 604, the 605 is intended to offer modern improvements in virtually all areas. The improvements over the Challenger 604 are significant, but to truly appreciate the epic scope of evolution, you have to go back as far as the Challenger 601. The 605 is the fifth generation of a concerted effort by Bombardier to continually improve upon the Challenger series.
Seating9 - 12 passengers
Range3,834 nautical miles
Cabin Size6.1' height - 8.2' width - 28.5' length
Baggage115 cubic feet
The GIV is an ideal midsize, intercontinental-range business jet. Gulfstream’s aircraft have evolved through new technologies and improvements, and the GIV is evidence of this. With a new design, upgraded engines and additional space, the GIV offers great performance in the intercontinental class of jets; so great that Gulfstream modeled most of their latest jets off of the GIV.
Seating12 - 16 passengers
Range4,220 nautical miles
Cabin Size6.2' height - 7.3' width - 45.1' length
Baggage169 cubic feet
The Legacy 600’s cabin stands out above the rest. It is completely tailored with the business world in mind. It is first and only comparable jet with three separate cabin zones to increase productivity on the road, so to speak. Executives can stay connected with high-speed internet, Wi-Fi, a three-line phone system and power outlets, all on-board. Its cabin size surpasses all jets in its class, measuring 1,413 cubic feet. Six-foot tall ceilings allow plenty of room to stand up and maneuver about the cabin. Cabin length measures 42.4 ft, while width is 6.11 ft max. The 600 is normally configured for 13 passengers in four standard seating arrangements.
The Falcon 2000EX, a member of one of the world’s most popular large-cabin jet families, has been enhanced to include upgraded engines and the newest avionics so it can fly farther than any of its predecessors. Fast, economical and spacious, up to 10 passengers can enjoy transcontinental or international travel in this aircraft’s quiet, comfortable cabin.
Seating8 - 10 passengers
Range2,841 nautical miles
Cabin Size6.2' height - 7.7' width - 26.3' length
Baggage134 cubic feet
The cabin of the Dassault Falcon 900 has a volume of more than 1,000 cubic feet and usually seats between eight and twelve passengers. A seating arrangement for as many as 14 passengers can be configured, if necessary. In the standard eight-to-twelve seating arrangement, two seats can stretch out flat and combine so that passengers can actually lay down for a nap, just as they would do in a bed. True to the French dedication to style, a wide variety of interior decorating options are available – for example, there are eighteen different metal finishes to choose from just for the bathroom sink alone. 131 cubic feet of baggage space is available, a total of 1,600 pounds.
Seating10 - 14 passengers
Range4,500 nautical miles
Cabin Size6.2' height - 7.8' width - 33.2' length
Baggage127 cubic feet
In 2001 Gulfstream began work on an improved version of the GIV-SP, originally designated GIV-X, then later renamed G450. The G450 is lengthened 1 ft over the G400 and shares the forward fuselage and larger cockpit of the G550. Production of the G450 began in October 2004, replacing the G400. The Gulfstream G450 is high-performance and stylish aircraft equipped to meet the demands of international and domestic travel. Flying cross continent, with a cruise speed Mach 0.80, carrying a team of 16 people.