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Bombardier Challenger 650

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Script : Challenger 650 at Airshow China 2018

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External and internal footage of a Bombardier Challener 650 business aircraft at Airshow China 2018.

External and internal footage of a Bombardier Challener 650 business aircraft at Airshow China 2018.

Tags : AERONAUTICS | BOMBARDIER | CHALLENGER 650 | BUSINESS JET | BUSINESS AIRCRAFT | AIRSHOW CHINA 2018

Location : Zhuhai, China

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