Bombardier Challenger 604

The Bombardier Challenger 604 is the ideal choice for parties of up to 10 passengers who are looking for a luxurious aircraft for their long range flight. This widebody business jet boasts a cabin measuring a generous 8 ft wide and stand-up room of over six feet. The cabin configuration of this private jet can be either a double-club or a forward, half-club and divan arrangement. Passengers sink into the executive leather seats, where they can spend the flight relaxing or productively getting on with business using the handy tables. Both a equally doable thanks to the extremely low noise levels, due to the passive noise insulation system.

The range of the Bombardier Challenger 604 is 8 hours, or 4000 miles, making it suitable for longer transatlantic flights, for example London to Chicago. The fully enclosed washroom, full front galley, and mid-flight accessible luggage compartments make this widebody business jet a comfortable place to be for longer flights. When chartering this private jet from Azzura Charters, you are provided with a flight attendant and hot catering as standard.

Hiring a private jet, such as the Bombardier Challenger 604, is the most flexible option. You can choose to depart from a small, private airfield, which is free from the hassles of a commercial airport. The check in and security processes will be swift and discreet. Once onboard you can enjoy the comfort of your surroundings and arrive at your destination refreshed and ready for the day ahead. On arrival, you will be on your way within minutes of touching down.

Azzura Charters create bespoke aircraft charters to suit your unique needs. Simply let us know where you need to go, when, and how many people will be travelling; we will devise a route and schedule, and suggest the best aircraft.

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