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23 March 2020

Report: Crew could not cope with erratic airspeed indication in Turkish Challenger 604 crash in Iran

23 March 2020

The crew of a Turkish Challenger 604 could not cope with an erratic airspeed indication, causing the aircraft to stall and crash in Iran in 2018, the newly released Iranian report shows.

Canadair Challenger jet crashed in Mexico; no survivors

6 May 2019

A Canadair Challenger jet crashed in Mexico while en route from Las Vegas to Monterrey. There are no survivors.

Cessna 550 Citation Bravo hits Challenger 605 jet while taxiing on the ramp at Winnipeg Airport, Canada

16 April 2018

A Cessna 550 Citation Bravo hit and damaged a Challenger 605 jet while taxiing on the ramp at Winnipeg Airport, Canada.

Challenger 604 corporate jet involved in accident in mountainous terrain in Iran; 11 occupants

11 March 2018

A Challenger 604 corporate jet was involved in an accident in mountainous terrain near Shahr-e Kurd, Iran, while on a flight from Sharjah to Istanbul with 11 occupants.

Final report: Brake failure factor in Challenger 601 overrun accident

2 December 2017

An NTSB report showed that failure of a brake part was a factor in an overrun accident involving a Challenger 601 at Marco Island Airport, Florida.

Challenger 604 suffers control difficulties over Atlantic due to frozen aileron trim

21 November 2017

A Challenger 604 corporate jet suffered control difficulties over the Atlantic Ocean, likely due to a frozen aileron trim.

Interim report issued on Challenger loss of control accident in A380 wake turbulence

17 May 2017

The German BFU issued an interim report on the loss of control accident involving a Challenger that passed through the wake turbulence of an Airbus A380.

Report: Challenger 601 unstabilized approach, loss of control on landing, Aspen Airport, USA

23 April 2017

The NTSB blamed a January 2014 fatal accident involving a Challenger 601 at Aspen Airport, USA on an unstabilized approach during a tailwind landing, and the crew’s failure to execure a go around.