Would you rather fly a Challenger 300 or a Piaggio P180?
Pretty open ended question - tough to answer without lots more information.Would you rather fly a Challenger 300 or a Piaggio P180?
The job is the important thing, an aircraft is just a piece of machinery!Pretty open ended question - tough to answer without lots more information.
Day trips, multi-day trips, or multi-week charter broker trips?
Out-and-backs with productivity sits, or multi-leg marathons?
Charter or corporate or fractional?
Staffing levels per plane?
Hard days off?
As far as I can recall, the only Challenger it covers is the Challenger 800/850 (?) which is basically is a CRJ200 in an corporate configuration. All of the other Challengers, the 300, 600, 601, 604 & 605 aren't covered by that type but different ones.Question from the sidebar here, but does a CRJ type cover the Challenger series?
I know very little about RJ's other than far too many of their pilots have "In N Out Burger" stickers on their flight kits.