Canadair CL-600 Challenger 601 & 604
The Challenger 601 tended to the first CL-600 Challenger's weight issues and supplanted the pained ALF-502 turbofans, making an exceptionally effective full size corporate plane.
Issues with the Avco Lycoming controlled Challenger 600 headed Canadair (now a division of Bombardier) to create an incomprehensibly enhanced variation as the General Electric CF-34 fueled Challenger 601. An alternate imperative change was the expansion of winglets, which are likewise offered as a retrofit to prior flying machine. The 601 first flew on April 10 1982 and for a period was offered nearby the 600. The 600 was dropped from the model line in 1983.
Consequent advancement of the Challenger prompted the 601-3a. To begin with flying in 1987, this variation presented an EFIS glass flightdeck and updated motors. Accessible from 1989, the 601-3r was an augmented reach model with higher weights (the extent expand adjustments can likewise be retrofitted to prior 601-3as).
Further upgrades to the fundamental outline prompted the Challenger 604. Changes incorporate a progressed Collins Proline IV EFIS flying framework with shade shows, higher weights, CF-34-3b turbofans and expanded fuel tankage. Numerous other minor progressions were fused focused around Bombardier's involvement with the Canadair Regional Jet. To begin with flight with CF-34-3a motors was in September 1994, first flight with the CF-34-3b motors was on March 17 1995, with Transport Canada accreditation allowed that September. To start with conveyance was in January 1996.
Pictures of Canadair CL-600 Challenger 601 & 604