The price of a Bombardier Challenger 350 is between US$13.50 and US$20.00 million for 2015 – 2019 models, the last 5 years of production, according to AircraftBluebook.
The price of a jet depends on the production year. Bombardier Challenger 350 were produced from 2014 to 2019. You can see current prices for the last 5 production years in the AircraftBluebook tab below.
We also display the latest JETNET data which shows the range of prices for Bombardier Challenger 350 currently listed with an asking price. The data also shows market trends including whether the average ask price for this aircraft has increased or decreased in the last six months.
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What Impacts a
Bombardier Challenger 350’s Price?
Various things effect the price of specific Bombardier
If you’re shopping for a Challenger 350, you will
realise that the condition and value of one business jet can differ
widely from another. Even models built in the same year can vary
significantly, depending on how well maintained they are.
The value of a specific jet is negotiated between the buyer
and seller, taking into account many factors including the
aircraft’s production year; how it’s been configured
and updated since new; and its current maintenance condition.
It is important to be thorough when examining an
aircraft’s maintenance condition. Buyers should look further
that the obvious signs of surface wear and tear to the interior and
Prospective Challenger 350 buyers should also weigh up an
aircraft’s proximity to potentially expensive, scheduled
overhauls or inspections. In relation to this, it’s important
to know if the aircraft’s enrolled on an hourly engine
maintenance program that would transfer with the aircraft’s
Why Does the Bombardier
Challenger 350 Fleet for Sale Number Matter?
The number of Challenger 350s for sale is important because of
supply and demand principles that drive the market.
When a small percentage (less than 10%) of the fleet is for
sale at any one time, sellers usually have a stronger bargaining
position in relation to the aircraft’s value. When a larger
percentage (more than 10%) of the fleet is for sale, the opposite
is true, and buyers tend to dictate a sale price more.
Overall, newer aircraft (those aged under five years) are the
ones that command higher buyer interest in the pre-owned
What Else Should a
Bombardier Challenger 350 Buyer Consider?
The costs don’t stop at the purchase price of a Challenger
350. When planning a budget, buyers should be aware of the ongoing
variable hourly operating costs and fixed hourly operating costs of
How Does the Bombardier
Challenger 350 Compare With Other Aircraft?
Check out our Bombardier Challenger 350 Jet Comparison articles by
industry expert, Mike Chase, here: