Bombardier’s Challenger 300 boasts a transcontinental range, with an eight-seat interior configuration. It is not developmentally related to the similarly named Challenger 600-series or the 600-series derived 800-series. Challenger 300 sits in the company’s model line-up between the Lear 60 and Challenger 604. It is developed for a non-stop 5471km (3100nm) mission.
This particular aircraft has a primarily light-alloy structure, with composites used for some non-structural items. The fuselage is of a semi-monocoque construction with frames and stringers. The wing has two spars.