Magellan Jets makes first flight free Challenger 300 jet card offer

The Boston based jet card broker is offering up to three free hours for jet card buyers.

By Doug Gollan, February 6, 2019

The Boston based jet card broker is offering up to three free hours for jet card buyers

The popular Bombardier Challenger 300/350 is the subject of a first flight free offer by jet card broker Magellan Jets. New members who buy a 50-hour jet card on the super midsize aircraft get their first flight, up to three hours, free. The promotion cannot be combined with any other offers.

Magellan Jets offers 6% jet card discount

A 6% discount, the offer compares favorably to most we see in the market which typically runs in the 2-4% range, on the higher side one free hour when you buy 25 hours. Magellan’s Challenger 300/350 is priced at $9,289 per hour plus 7.5% FET.

Founded in 2008, Magellan offers jet cards in 25 hour increments by both cabin size as well as select aircraft such as the Challenger, Dassault Falcon 2000, Gulfstream GIV, Beechcraft Hawker 800XP and Hawker 400XP.

Bombarder Challenger 300/350 performance

According to data supplied by Conklin & de Decker the Challenger’s cabin is 6’2” high, 28’3” long and 8’2” wide and is typically configured with eight seats. With a full load, the Challenger 300 has a range of 3,065 nautical miles while the 350 version has a range of 3,277 nautical miles. Both have a maximum cruising speed of 541 miles per hour. They each have 106 cubic feet of baggage space, all of which can be accessed from the cabin.

Other jet card programs that feature dedicated access to the Challenger 300/350 include Clay Lacy Aviation, Flexjet, NetJets, OneFlight International, Star Jets International, VistaJet and XOJET. Subscribe to Private Jet Card Comparisons and you can compare over 250 jet card programs by more than 65 variables, including aircraft type.

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