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A key feature of the 601-3A is the Sperry SPZ-8000, which includes dual flight management systems, dual flight guidance computers, dual digital air-data computers, a five-tube EFIS with multifunction display, and four-color digital radar.
The 601-3A also featured a power-assisted passenger door and twin nose-mounted landing lights.
The 601-3A won FAA certification in April 1987, and TAG Aeronautics was the first to take delivery of the new Challenger.
Canadair announced a further improved, longer-range version of the Challenger 601-3A in September 1987.