The Challenger 800 is a medium-haul passenger aircraft. Used on local airlines. Developed in 1995 by the Canadian company Canadair. It is separated by a fuselage lengthened by 6.09 m and a large wing span. Vertical aerodynamic surfaces are installed at the ends of the wing. The Challenger 800 was originally powered by CF34-3A1 turbofan engines with a range of more than 5,556 km; with a maximum weight of 24,040 kg. In further modifications – CF34-3B1 engines, which can develop a thrust of 8 364 kg at an air temperature of 35 ″ C, the flight range increased to 5 778 km.