- 01 Jul 2020
- Mike Chase
- Jets Comparison
The Challenger 350 is a Super Mid-Side Jet produced by Bombardier. Typically it carries 8-10 passengers. Manufactured since 2014, the Challenger 350 remains in production, and 381 models had been built as of fall, 2020 (per JETNET). According to Aircraft Bluebook, the average price for a Challenger 350 ranged between $11.5m (2014 model) to $19.0m (2020 model) as of winter 2020.
Bombardier Challenger 350 Jet Snapshot
The Bombardier Challenger 350 is a modified version of the original Challenger 300, offering improved passenger comfort levels from an all-new cabin; increased performance from the new twin HTF7350 powerplants; increased aerodynamic efficiency with new canted winglets; and the ability to fly eight passengers 3,200nm.
What makes the Challenger 350 stand out?
Bombardier’s Challenger 350 builds on the already-excellent cabin comfort of the Challenger 300, with a new interior and larger cabin windows. Agility and reliability are characteristics that make the Challenger 350 stand out, and new Honeywell HTF7350 engines and canted winglets have helped increase the range of the Challenger 350 to 3,200nm.
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