Challenger 300 Vs 600

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Challenger 300 Vs 600 Comparison Chart

Model Challenger 300 Challenger 600/601/604/605/650
Crew 2 2
Capacity 9 19
Length 68.63 ft / 20.92 m 20.9 m (68 ft 5 in)
Height 20.33 ft / 6.20 m 6.3 m (20 ft 8 in)
Wingspan 63.84 ft / 19.46 m 19.6 m (64 ft 4 in)
Wing Area 523 ft2 / 48.5 m2 45.4 m2 (489 ft2)
Aspect Ratio   8.46
MTOW 38,850 lb / 17,622 kg 21,863 kg (48,200 lb)
OEW 23,500 lb / 10,659 kg 12,315 kg (27,150 lb)
Fuel capacity 14,150 lb / 6,418 kg 9,072 kg (20,000 lb)
Maximum payload 3,500 lb / 1,588 kg 2,200 kg (4,850 lb)
Cabin Dimensions 6 ft 1 In high, 7 ft 2 In wide 6 ft 0 in high, 7 ft 11 in wide
Turbofans (2×) Honeywell HTF7000 600 -  Lycoming ALF 502
601 - General Electric CF34-1A
604/605/650 -General Electric CF34-3B
Thrust 6,826 lbf / 30.4 kN 600 - 7500 lbf (33.6 kN)
601 - 41 kN (9,220 lbf)
650 - 5% increase takeoff thrust
Maximum speed Mach 0.82 / 470 kn / 870 km/h Mach 0.85 (490 kn; 908 km/h)
Cruise speed Mach 0.80 / 459 kn / 850 km/h Mach 0.80 (461 kn; 854 km/h)
Range 3,100 nmi / 5,741 km 7,408 km (4,000 nmi)
Ceiling 45,000 ft / 13,716 m 12,497 m (41,000 ft)
Takeoff 4,810 ft / 1,466 m 1,720 m / 5,640 ft
Landing 2,600 ft / 792 m 732 m / 2,402 ft




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International Aviation News

The Portuguese airline Hi Fly becomes the first airline free of single-use plastics on board.

Hi Fly is a Portuguese airline, with a subsidiary in Malta, specializing in ACMI flights, the rental of aircraft operated by company crews to other airlines. But it also offers its aircraft for charter flights (for example, its Airbus A380 is the plane in which Atlético de Madrid travels to Yeddah for the Spanish Super Cup of football).

On January 1, it has also become the first airline that has stopped using single-use plastic elements on its flights. Thus, for example, silverware, cups, spoons and salt and pepper shakers have been replaced by bamboo ones, and other elements also made of plastic such as bottles, plates, toothbrushes or blanket wrappers, were changed with compostable alternatives made from recycled material.

These changes have been made in coordination with the Mirpuri Foundation, established by Paulo Mirpuri, president of the airline, to raise awareness about the future of the planet.

Last December Hi Fly made four flights without plastics, followed by another twelve in which there was a reduced use of plastic elements. The analysis of these flights showed that the absence of single-use plastics in them had meant “preventing 350 kg of this virtually indestructible plastic from poisoning our environment, approximately the weight of a large poisonous plastic motorcycle on each outbound trip and back ”point from Hi Fly.

Airbus has started the year 2020 announcing the contract with the ultra low cost Spirit that was made public in the form of a letter of intent in October.

Airbus and Spirit have completed negotiations for 100 aircraft of the A320neo family, including the three models that compose it, with the figures of each pending future confirmations. Likewise, and although the A320neo that the airline already operates have the Pratt & Whitney PW1127G engines, for these new aircraft no decision has been made on which engines will equip them.

The contract, which was signed on December 23 although it has been now when Airbus has announced it, indicates the deliveries until 2027 as well as the option to buy for another 50 aircraft of the family. Learn more about Challenger 300 Vs 600 here.

Challenger 300 Vs 600

Plus Ultra offers its routes to Cali and Cartagena


Plus Ultra has just added two Airbus A340-600 to its fleet. Plus Ultra has just added two Airbus A340-600 to its fleet.  On June 17 Plus Ultra will start flying to the Colombian cities of Cali and Cartagena de Indias from Madrid. The Spanish airline Plus Ultra has just put on sale the tickets for its new routes from Madrid to Cali and Cartagena de Indias.


Both routes will be operated twice a week:

From Madrid to Cartagena de Indias the Airbus A340 of Plus Ultra will depart on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 11:15 (all local times), to land in the Colombian city at 14:10. The return is scheduled for those same days at 16:15 to land at 14:30 the next day after a stopover in Quito (Ecuador).


Flights to Cali will depart Tuesday and Saturday at 01:35, also with A340, with scheduled arrival time for 05:15. The return will depart at 07:15, and after a stopover in Quito (Ecuador), arrive in Madrid the next day at 05:15.


With these flights, Plus Ultra becomes the fourth airline in the market between Spain and Colombia. On flights to Cali, it will compete with Avianca, which flies both ways without stops, while on the route to Cartagena de Indias it will be the only operator from Spain.