Derived from the Challenger 800 and 850 aircraft, the Challenger 890 emerges as an airliner crafted by Bombardier in the late 2000s. Serving as an evolution of the original Challenger 800, renowned as the largest super-midsize business jet in the company’s repertoire, the vision was to create a lavish corporate business jet. Bombardier’s conceptualization included features like a glass cockpit, retractable landing gear, and the implementation of twin General Electric CF34-3B1 engines mounted on the rear fuselage. Stemming from the enhanced Challenger 870 CS introduced in 2005, Bombardier further extended their innovation to birth the Challenger 890 CS executive shutter model. This variant boasts an elongated fuselage and refined performance, particularly in lift and thrust.
Red Box takes pride in presenting a comprehensive array of ground power equipment meticulously tailored for the Bombardier Challenger 890 aircraft. Our offerings include tugs, ground power units, start power units and more.
This selection features the 850FBO tug, and the RBC8045 GPU Frequency Converter, all precisely suited to meet the unique requirements of the Bombardier Challenger 890.