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BY DANIELLE CUTLER ON AUGUST 1, 2017
A recent media flight from Los Angeles to Las Vegas and back revealed the Challenger 650's large cabin, ample amenities, wireless connectivity, and comfortable ride.
While in town for an event, the Bombardier media team took a few hours out of their busy schedule to take some journalists up in the Challenger 650 large-cabin business jet. Because I hadn't been on a private aircraft in almost 10 years and had just taken over Robb Report's aviation category, I jumped at the opportunity to spend a few hours in the air. We all met at the Clay Lacy FBO at Van Nuys Airport near Los Angeles. As I drove there, the news on the radio reported a windy, windy day in store for Southern California. I began to wonder if we would be able to take flight as planned.
But it proved to be a smooth ride. "A smooth ride is an integral part of the Bombardier design philosophy," said Dominique Cristall, our host and Bombardier's communications, sustainability, and community-affairs advisor.
Bombardier sales engineer Anne-Elisabeth Dutil was onboard to explain technical questions. "Shorter wings clip through the air for a smoother ride," she explained. So true. Apparently, this is a feature that Bombardier touts on all its aircraft—a special wing design for a comfortable flight.
The Challenger 650 business jet provides comfort, safety, and convenience in a well-proven package. The base price is $32,350,000.
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