The large-cabin Challenger 601 model underwent an engine change, and with the introduction of a pair of GE CF34-3A powerplants the Bombardier Challenger 601-3A was born. Improved rate of climb and a marginal reduction in required field length resulted while a glass cockpit was also added.
Turn-Key Opportunity with Plenty of Time Remaining on the Engines * Fresh 12/24/48-Month and 100 & 300-Hour Inspections * Branson Long Range Tank... More Info
8,165.6 Hours Since New Engines on GE On Point Program Engines 2,142.7/2,133.3 Hours Since Overhaul Avionics on Honeywell Avionics Protection Plan... More Info
Privately owned, Well-maintained. Avionics Honeywell SPZ-8000 5-Tube EFIS/Proline II. Extended Range. Challenger 604 Door. Nose Gear Access Mod.... More Info