BOMBARDIER CHALLENGER 350
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The Challenger 350 offers an exceptional flight experience, some of the lowest direct operating costs in its class, and the ability to fly non-stop from New York to London or Paris to Dubai. It’s no wonder this is one of the world’s best-selling business jets.
About this aircraft
- Introduced to the public in 2013, the Bombardier Challenger 350 is an improved variant of the 300 model.
- The Challenger 350 can typically accommodate eight or nine passengers, with a 10th seated in the enclosed lavatory if required.
- The Challenger 350’s comparatively large baggage compartment is accessible during the flight and has enough room for around 10 suitcases.
- In 2019, the Challenger 350 set the record as the fastest business jet in history to reach 300 deliveries in the mid-size and large classification.
- It can fly passengers from New York to London, Paris to Dubai, and Hong Kong to Mumbai, even at full capacity.
The Bombardier Challenger 350 is a popular private jet to charter, with space for eight or nine passengers in its modern cabin. Equipped with more baseline features than the competition and offering premium enhancements as standard, the Challenger 350 is exceptional in its category.
The spacious cabin is designed to deliver class-leading comfort with a flat floor, large windows and angled touch screens. It can be arranged in either a double-club ‘Executive’ layout or a ‘Globetrotter’ layout with two seats swapped out for a three-person divan.
The interior trims and finishes strike a balance between ergonomics and aesthetics. Personal items can be easily accessed in the baggage compartment, while clever fold-out tables are there when you need them and out of the way when you don't.
Below are two standard configurations found onboard a Bombardier Challenger 350.
Interesting facts to learn before you fly
- The cabin chairs in a Challenger 350 can convert into up to four beds for night flights.
- With a length of 28.5 feet, a height of 6.1 feet and a width of 7.2 feet, the Challenger 350 has one of the largest interiors in its class.
- The aircraft is technologically advanced, allowing passengers to stream music, watch movies and participate in video conferences whilst on board.
- The Challenger 350 has one of the quietest cabins in its class, with a sound-suppressing design that includes a standard entry door acoustic curtain and a galley pocket door.
Two Honeywell HTF7350 turbofans power the Bombardier Challenger 350, each offering 7,323 lbs of thrust and burning 1,535 lbs (696 kg) of fuel per hour.
The Challenger 350’s avionics meet current and upcoming navigational requirements and include synthetic vision and MultiScan weather radar systems. The aircraft is equipped with the Rockwell Collins Advanced avionics suite, which features four large displays.
Bombardier's exclusive cabin management system enables passengers to seamlessly switch between entertainment and information. Other benefits include high-speed internet connectivity, Plug-and-Play HDMI and USB ports, and the ability to link personal devices to the on-board entertainment and cabin environment systems.
The Bombardier Challenger 350 first flew in March 2013 and gained type approval from Transport Canada, the FAA and EASA the following year.
The aircraft is an improved version of the Challenger 300 with more powerful engines, an enhanced cabin and a strengthened airframe.
Bombardier Aviation (formerly Bombardier Aerospace) manufactures business, commercial and specialised aircraft. The company began with the acquisition of several established aviation companies, starting with Canadair in 1986 and followed by Short Brothers in 1989, Learjet in 1990 and Boeing subsidiary De Havilland Aircraft of Canada in 1992.
Headquartered in Montreal, Canada, today Bombardier has over 60,000 employees and is a leading global manufacturer of aircraft and trains with sites in 25 countries.
A new Bombardier Challenger 350 can cost anywhere between $20 million and $27 million (USD), depending on the age of the aircraft. A used Challenger 350 costs $15-$18 million.
Charter rates for the Bombardier Challenger 350 can vary greatly depending on the length of the journey you have planned, as well as the airports you decide to fly in and out of.
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Wet lease rates
ACMI (Aircraft, Crew, Maintenance, Insurance) wet lease rates for the Bombardier Challenger 350 can vary depending on the age of the aircraft, length of the lease term, the number of block hours being guaranteed and the average cycle ratio.