2011 BOMBARDIER CHALLENGER 605

2011 CL 605 "off market"

Airframe

  • 1,328 Hours; 556 Cycles (as of 18 March 2014)
  • Q2 Delivery 2011
  • Midcoast Aviation Completion – LX Package Plus Options
  • JAA Requirements Package I
  • RVSM Certification

Engines

  • Description: General Electric CF34-3B
  • Total Time: 1,328 Hours
  • Cycles: 837 Cycles
  • Thrust: 8,729 lbs. each
  • TBO: On Condition
  • Program Coverage: GE OnPoint

APU

  • Description: Honeywell GTCP-36-150(CL)
  • Total Time: 1,328 Hours

Avionics

The Challenger 605 is equipped with an integrated, four tube 10” x 12” LCD Collins Pro-Line 21
avionics suite. A general summary of this aircraft’s Collin’s Pro-Line 21 avionics suite is as follows:

  • Dual Primary Flight Displays (PFD)
  • Dual Multi-Function Displays (MFD) forIntegrated Navigation, Weather & Traffic Information, Enhanced Maps
  • Dual Engine Indication and Crew Alerting System Displays (EICAS)
  • Electronic Flight Instrument System (EFIS)
  • Dual VOR/ILS/MKR NAV Receivers
  • Dual DME-4000 Transceivers
  • Dual ADF Receivers
  • Dual Air Data Computers (ADC)
  • Single SELCAL Decoder
  • Integrated Flight Information System
  • Cockpit Voice Recorder (120 Min)
  • Flight Data Recorder (25 Hr)
  • Maintenance Diagnostic System (MDS)
  • On-Board Data Loader (OBL)
  • Lightning Detection System
  • Dual Flight Management Sys. (FMS-6000)
  • Dual Channel Autopilot System
  • Dual Inertial Reference Systems (IRS)
  • Dual GPS Receivers/Sensors
  • Digital Color Weather Radar System
  • Dual VHF Comm (8.33 kHz Spacing)
  • Provisions for Third VHF
  • Dual Digital HF Comm
  • Dual Enhanced Mode S Transponder
  • TCAS II with Change 7
  • Traffic Avoidance Warning System (TAWS)
  • Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT)
  • Radio Altimeter
  • 3D Map and Long Range Cruise
  • Runway Awareness Advisory System
  • Directional TCAS Antenna
  • VHF Datalink with Iridium Interface
  • Enhanced Maps on MFD

Additional Equipment

  • Airshow 410 Cabin Display
  • One (1) 3.5 KVA 110V/60 Hz Converter
  • Four (4) 110V/60 Hz Utility Outlets: One (1) Galley, Two (2) Cabin, and One (1) Vanity
  • One (1) Cabin and Lavatory Call Switch with Cockpit Chime
  • ICS 200 Dual Channel Iridium Telephone with One (1) Cordless Cabin Handset and One (1) Cockpit Handset
  • CD-ROM version of IPC, SMM, Wiring Diagrams and Chapter 5
  • One (1) Therapeutic Oxygen Outlet located in Cabin
  • Jeppesen Under-floor Manual Storage
  • Two (2) 20” Monitors
  • Audio International Control Panels and Touch Screens
  • One (1) Audio International 10-disk CD Player
  • Two (2) Audio International Multi-standard DVD Players
  • Dennis Tracy Audio Speakers
  • Remote Control
  • Additional Cabin Handset (Each)
  • Maintenance Ladder
  • Foreign Certification
  • Entry Light Off Switch
  • Rosen Cockpit Sunvisor System
  • One (1) Spare Cabin Wireless Handset
  • 2nd Refuel Defuel Panel (Cockpit)
  • Avionics Bay Light
  • Main Wheel Storage Provisions
  • Aft Equipment Bay Storage Box and Catwalk
  • Flashlight in Forward LH Wardrobe
  • Fire Extinguisher in Aft LH Storage Cabinet
  • Relocation of Tow Bar to Nose Avionics Bay
  • Ten (10) Stereo Headsets
  • Variable Cabin and Galley Lighting
  • One (1) Drop-in Ashtray
  • LED Lighting Throughout
  • Three (3) Laptop Meal Trays and Pouches
  • Full Length Cockpit Night Curtain (Blackout Type)
  • Lavatory Floor Mat Pressure Switch
  • Two (2) Five-Gallon Non-Conformal Water Tanks
  • Locking Fuel Caps
  • Co-Pilot Electronic Flight Bag (EFB)
  • Auxiliary Heater (Galley)
  • Bilingual Placards
  • Two (2) Additional Cabin 110 Volt Electrical Outlets