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Of the 363 Challenger 604 aircraft in operation by continent, North America has the largest percentage at 64%, followed by Europe at 20%, and Asia at 10% for a combined total of 94%.
Bombardier introduced its Challenger 604 in 1995 as a major upgrade on the Challenger 601 design, incorporating more powerful engines, and a larger fuel supply.
It also has a completely new undercarriage, structural improvements to wings and tail, and a new electronic flight instrumentation system.
The Challenger 604 is a longer-range derivative of the 601-3R with a larger fuel capacity and upgraded CF34-3B engines.
The Challenger 604’s cabin is very similar to its predecessor’s, 601-3A and -3R. The Challenger 604’s cabin has extremely low noise levels.
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It is normally configured with 10 – 12 passengers in a double-club or a forward club/half club/divan arrangement and includes a deluxe galley and lavatory.
The flight deck, cabin and baggage compartment are pressurized and air-conditioned. An active noise vibration control system developed by Ultra Electronics can be installed.
The cabin can be configured with up to nine business-class seats.
Alternatively higher-density seating can be installed for up to 19 passengers. The cabin interior is installed to meet the customer's requirements.
Bombardier is offering an optional improved extended interior cabin configuration that adds two windows to the seating area and extends its length by 0.5m.
A Hamilton Sundstrand bleed air system provides anti-icing to the wing leading edges, the engine air intake cowls and the guide vanes.
Fire detectors and a dual-action fire extinguishing system are installed in the engine nacelles. Fire detectors and extinguishers are also installed in the auxiliary power unit.