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The Challenger 350 aircraft, which entered service in 2014, has maintained a brisk pace of deliveries in its first years of production, surpassing the 200-delivery mark in 2017.
Thanks to their exceptional cabin comfort, connectivity and reliable performance, both Challenger models have proved a choice among private aviation customers, dominating their respective classes in terms of unit sales.
Upon closing of at least two major development projects by Starneth over the next two years, including the GOW project in Jakarta where developer's funding arrangements are awaiting finalisation, Challenger will receive up to USD 6m in fees less a payment of EUR 1.
2 seconds, the Challenger SRT Hellcat is among the fastest production cars in the world and easily outshines America's other muscle cars.
A challenger brand is one that challenges the 'status quo' and is known for a combination of three variants.
Incumbent Democrat Arnie Roblan was leading challenger R.
Canadian Superior Energy Inc (TSX: SNG)(NYSE Alternext US: SNG), a Canada-based company that explores for oil and gas, has entered into an arrangement agreement with Challenger Energy Corporation (Challenger) (TSX V: CHQ) for acquisition of Challenger by the company.
SMS, a company owned by tuner Steve Saleen, is introducing two performance versions of Chrysler's 2009 Dodge Challenger R/T.
AC: How would a potential challenger communicate his or her abilities to you?
Soaring construction costs also hit the construction of Saddleback and expansion of Challenger Middle School, forcing Wilsona officials to re-examine building plans to see where costs could be cut.
Alan Barrington, interior designer, Dodge Challenger, on creating the look of the original 1970 Challenger while using the LX platform (which underpins the 300, Magnum and Charger).