Bombardier Challenger 300 Jets for Sale

The super-mid-size Bombardier Challenger 300 was a "clean sheet" design providing a bridge between Bombardier's Learjet series and its larger Challenger aircraft. Typically configured to seat 9 and offering a range of 3,065nm, the HTF7000-powered CL300 incorporates a ProLine 21 avionics suite.

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Bombardier Challenger 300

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Europe, Austria, For Sale by Jetcraft
  • Year 2006
  • S/N 20071
  • Total Time 5225
Fully Programmed ProLine 21 Advanced Upgrade ADS-B Out V2 Compliant Eight (8) Passenger + One (1) AFT Belted Lavatory EASA Commercially Operated
ADS-B Out V2 Compliant
Updated 03 Jun 2021

Bombardier Challenger 300

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North America + Canada, United States - IN, For Sale by Elliott Jets
  • Year 2006
  • S/N 20077
  • Total Time 3650
• Engines on MSP • WAAS/LPV • XM Weather • High-speed WiFi • Low Time
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Updated 15 Apr 2021

Bombardier Challenger 300

Price: USD $7,950,000 Price Reduced

Bombardier Challenger 300

Price: USD $7,950,000 Price Reduced
North America + Canada, United States - UT, For Sale by Corporate Wings, Inc.
  • Year 2007
  • S/N 20123
  • Total Time 3518
Airframe on Smart Parts Plus Engines and APU on MSP Gold
Updated 04 May 2021
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Bombardier Challenger 300

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North America + Canada, United States - FL, For Sale by Jet Sales Group, LLC
  • Year 2014
  • S/N 20439
  • Total Time 2434.3
COLLINS PRO-LINE 21 ADVANCED WITH SYNTHETIC VISION, WAAS/LPV, ADS-B, TCAS II 7.1, SSFDR ENGINES AND APU ON MSP GOLD
Updated 13 Apr 2021

Bombardier Challenger 300

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Europe, Austria, For Sale by Indigo Lyon Limited
  • Year 2009
  • S/N 20251
  • Total Time 4459
Proline 21 Advanced Avionics SB 100-34-36 Airframe on Smart Parts Engines on MSP Gold APU on MSP Ten (10) Passenger Configuration
Updated 24 Mar 2021

Bombardier Challenger 300

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North America + Canada, United States - MD, For Sale by Jet Edge Partners
  • Year 2012
  • S/N 20334
  • Total Time 4673
 One Prior Owner Since New  Proline 21 Advanced Avionics  Engines and APU on MSP  Gogo Avance L5 Inflight Internet and Entertainment  
Updated 13 Apr 2021
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Bombardier Challenger 300

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North America + Canada, United States - TX, For Sale by ARC Aviation
  • Year 2013
  • S/N 20427
  • Total Time 1320
TURN KEY,  RECENTLY COMPLETED INSPECTION, DELIVERED US REGISTERED. ONE OWNER SINCE NEW, LOW TIME AND ALL SERVICE PERFORMED BY BOMBARDIER.
Updated 30 May 2021
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Bombardier Challenger 300
Specification
  • Bombardier Challenger 300 Specifications
    Range NM
    3340
    Range – Seats Full N.M.
    3065
    MTOW LBS
    38,850
    B.O.W W/Crew LBS
    23,850
    Payload - Full Fuel LBS
    1105
    Normal Cruise Speed KTAS
    459
    L/Range Cruise Speed KTAS
    459
    Cabin Height FT
    6.08
    Cabin Width FT
    7.17
    Cabin Length FT
    23.70
    Cabin Volume CU FT
    930
    Baggage Vol.Ext CU FT
    106
    Seats Executive
    8
    Crew / Passengers
    2
    Door Height FT
    6.22
    Door Width FT
    2.50
    Balanced Field Length FT
    4,950
    Landing Dist FT
    3,951
    Engine Manufacturer
    Honeywell Engines
    Engine Model
    HTF 7000
    Engines
    2
    R.O.C All Engines FT PER MIN
    4240
    R.O.C 1 x Engine Out FT PER MIN
    474
    Useable Fuel LBS
    14,045
    All data courtesy of Conklin & de Decker

FAQ: Bombardier Challenger 300 Jets

Here are the most Frequently Asked Questions for Bombardier Challenger 300 Jets for sale
  • How Much Does a Challenger 300 Cost?

    The cost of a Bombardier Challenger 300 depends on the age of the aircraft you want to buy, along with its maintenance condition. The Challenger 300 finished production in 2014 and, according to Aircraft Bluebook, in spring 2021 the average price for a 2014 model Challenger 300 was $10m, whereas a 2003 model cost an average $4.5m.

  • What competes with the Bombardier Challenger 300?

    The Challenger 300 competes with the Gulfstream G200 Super Mid-Size jet. While the G200 offers slightly more range, the Challenger 300 has a larger cabin (930cu.ft vs 869cu.ft), and – according to Conklin & de Decker – can also carry more payload when fully fueled (1,105 lbs vs 650 lbs).

  • What makes the Bombardier Challenger 300 stand out?

    The biggest advantage of the Challenger 300 is its cabin size. Providing one of the largest cabins in its class, the Challenger 300 enables passengers to travel across continents quickly, in comfort and style.

  • What is the difference between a Challenger 300 and Challenger 350?

    The biggest differences between the Challenger 300 and Challenger 350 are the higher performance Honeywell HTF7350 engines on the Challenger 350 and its new canted winglets which help increase range to 3,200nm. Additionally, the Challenger 350 has taller cabin windows, benefitting passengers with more natural light.

Bombardier Challenger 300 Jets Overview

By Matt Harris


Bombardier found a market sweet-spot when it widened the appeal of its renowned family of Challenger business jets.


Until the introduction of the Challenger 300, all of Bombardier’s focus had been on developing the Challenger 600-series for the Large Jet market. So the introduction of the Challenger 300 as a clean-sheet design for the Super Mid-Size Jet market created a stir.


The aircraft was a hit – the first four were placed into service with fractional ownership giant Flexjet in 2004. But the model also proved very popular with traditional Part 91 owners.


Underlining the effectiveness of the Challenger 300 as a good step-up choice for Mid-Size Jet operators, Dean Phillips, Inc. was the first to wholly-own one, seeing it as the ideal larger, more capable jet – compared to its current Learjet 60 – for making travel to its cotton operations in Australia more efficient and comfortable.


Hundreds more Bombardier Challenger 300s were delivered to numerous owners and operators during the aircraft’s production run of 10 years, and the aircraft served XOJET, NetJets and VistaJet customers well for many years. In total around 450 units were produced between 2004 and 2014, according to AMSTAT.


What Features Does the Challenger 300 Offer?

Built for reliability, the Challenger 300 was described by Bombardier as ‘dependable’. Bombardier promised customers a spacious, transcontinental business jet, and the cabin of the Challenger 300 measures 28.6ft in length, and with generous height and width dimensions, allowing eight to 10 passengers to travel in comfort over a range of up to 3,100 nautical miles.


The Bombardier Challenger 300 can connect Toronto, Canada with Bogota, Colombia non-stop, for example, and is capable of linking just about any city pair within the US or Europe. Powered by a pair of Honeywell HTF7000 jet engines, it can fly at a speed of 541mph (Mach 0.82), and can cross the US in approximately five hours.


Another boast concerns its runway performance: The Challenger 300 can operate from 5,000ft runways in some operating conditions.


What Came Before and After the Bombardier Challenger 300?

The Bombardier Challenger 300 was a clean-sheet design and the first Challenger model in the Super Mid-Size jet category. After several years of successful production, in 2013 Bombardier announced an upgrade in the form of the Challenger 350.


Since its entry into service in 2014, the Challenger 350 has proven to be just as popular with the Business Aviation market as the original Challenger 300.

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