Equipment Specs

Manufacturer Challenger
Model CL605
Max. Occupants 12
Max. Cruise Speed 488 kts
Max. Range 4123 nm
Max. Operating Altitude 41000 ft
Wingspan 64 ft 3 in
Max Aircraft Length 68 ft 4 in
Max Tail Height 20 ft 6 in

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605 flight deck with Collins Pro Line 21 avionics photo By Konstantin Von Wedelstaedt – GFDL 1.2, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=26824652

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Additional Specifications
Cost Summary

These numbers are derived assuming 200 annual hours and a fuel price of $6.04 / GAL

Average Pre-Owned Price
$10,500,000
Annual Budget
$1,744,008
Variable Cost
$3,974/hr

FUEL (GAL): 329 gal/hr
FUEL COST: $1,490
MAINTENANCE: $1,200
ENGINE RESERVES: $637
CREW MISCELLANEOUS: $647

Fixed Cost
$949,208

CREW EXPENSE: $577,850
CREW TRAINING: $74,200
AIRCRAFT MODERNIZATION: $74,200
HANGAR: $60,200
INSURANCE: $41,450
AIRCRAFT MISCELLANEOUS: $144,508

Standard Avionics
  • Collins Proline 21 System May Include:
    • Four AFD 5220 Adaptive Flight Displays
    • Dual Collins ADC-850E Air Data Computers
    • Triple Honeywell Laseref V IRS (SB 605-34-004)
    • Dual Collins DCU-4002 Data Concentrator Units
    • Engine Instrument/Crew Alerting System (EICAS)
    • Collins WXR-854 Four Color Weather Radar
    • Triple Collins FMS-6000 Flight Management System (SB605-34-001) w/ 3D Map/LRC (SB605-34-002) and V-Speed Database (SB605-34-007)
    • Collins DBU-5000 (FAA, TCCA and EASA STC)
    • Dual Collins GPS-4000A Receivers
    • Dual Collins NAV-4000 Nav Units w/FM immunity with ADF
  • Continued:
    • Triple Collins VHF-4000 Com System (SB605-23-001)
    • Collins TTR-4000 TCAS II w/ Change 7.1 (SB605-34-018)
    • Dual Collins TDR-94D Transponders w/ ADS-B Out (SB605-34-013)
    • Dual HF-9031A HF w/ CSD-714 SELCAL
    • Dual Collins DME 4000
    • Dual Collins ALT-4000 Radio Altimeter
    • Lightning Detection System (SB605-34-006)
    • Honeywell Mark V Enhanced GPWS (TAWS) w/ Steep Approach (SB605-34-008)
    • Runway Awareness & Advisory System (FAA, TCCA and EASA STC)
Interior

Internal Dimensions:

  • Length: 28 ft 5 in (8.7 m)
  • Width: 8 ft 2 in (2.5 m)
  • Height: 6 ft 1 in (1.9 m)

Features:

The Challenger 605 was introduced in 2005 at the NBAA convention in Orlando, FL. It is similar to the CL604 but features the Rockwell CollinsPro Line 21 avionics suite and a redesigned cabin. Larger and higher-positioned windows make for ideal viewing. It has an improved Ethernet-based management system, larger video monitors, an upgraded galley area, sturdier worktables, and more LED lighting.

Exterior

External Dimensions:

  • Wingspan of 64 ft 3 in (19.6 m)
  • Max Aircraft Length of 68 ft 4 in (20.8 m)
  • Max Tail Height of 20 ft 6 in (6.3 m)

Weights:

  • Max Takeoff Weight of 48,200 lbs (21,863.2 kg)

When it comes to flexibility, luxury, and comfort, the Bombardier Challenger 605 takes the cake. First certified and introduced in 2006, the Bombardier Challenger 605 is a modern aircraft known for having the widest cabin size (8 ft 3 in) in its category. But a spacious cabin and accommodations for a dozen passengers are not the only thing that the Bombardier Challenger 605 is known for.

Powered by not one, but two General Electric CF34-3B engines, the Challenger 605 has a range of 4,000 nm and a maximum speed of 0.82 Mach. The Challenger 605 is also equipped with Collins Pro Line 21 avionics that provides 55% more display space.

Of the 290 Challenger 605s manufactured, 287 remain in operation today with a total of just over 6% on the market currently. Ideal for long trips of up to 8 hours of flight time, the Challenger 605 has 12 comfortable seating options that can convert into 5 sleeping positions. This aircraft is a product of Bombardier, a worldwide manufacturer of business jets with over 5,000 aircraft in-service. Learn more about other aircraft from Bombardier, such as the Bombardier Challenger 300 and Bombardier Challenger 604.