New Private Jet deliveries by manufacturer (2015 to 2020)

Private Jet deliveries 2015 to 2020

Private jet deliveries by year from 2015 to 2020, by OEM, and private jet model from Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier, Cirrus, Dassault, Embraer, Gulfstream, Honda, Pilatus, and Textron

When it comes to private jets, COVID-19 impacted 2020 saw delivery of new aircraft drop to 644, the lowest count since 2004. It followed 809 new business jet deliveries in 2019, the best since 874 units in 2009, and 1,317 in 2008.

Bombardier Challenger 300

Challenger 300

Challenger 300 profile, including current pricing, manufacturing dates, cabin size and passenger capacity, range, speed, baggage space, fractional ownership and jet card options

Bombardier Challenger 300 Facts

Originally launched as the Bombardier Continental, the Challenger 300 is popular for its flat floor standup cabin and ability to fly U.S. coast to coast nonstop.

The Challenger 300 and its identical sister the Challenger 350 are popular with fractional aircraft providers and also dedicated jet card options.

The price for a used Challenger 300 starts at about $7.5 million.

Manufacturing Dates

Production Start: 2003

Production End: 2014

Challenger 300 Related Models

The super-midsize Bombardier Challenger 350 was the follow-up to the Challenger 300

Fleet Size

As of November 2019, Amstat lists 453 Challenger 300s

Cabin Category

Super Midsize Jet

Challenger 300 Cabin Size and Passengers

Challenger 300
Bombardier Challenger 300 in a typical eight-seat configuration

Height: 6.08 feet

Width: 7.17 feet

Length: 23.7 feet

Seating Capacity: 8 to 10

Range

Full: 3,065 nautical miles

Four Passengers: 3,340 nautical miles

Speed

Maximum Cruise Speed: 541 mph

Normal Cruise Speed: 528 mph

Long-Range Cruise Speed: 528 mph

Baggage Space

106 cubic feet, all interior and accessible from the passenger cabin

Access

Fractional Ownership – Yes

Dedicated Jet Card – Yes

Pricing

Used Challenge 300s are listed starting at $7.65 million

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Jet Linx celebrates Grand Opening in Boston

The Grand Opening of Jet Linx in Boston marks its continued eastern expansion which now has bases in Atlanta, Washington D.C. and New York

Jet Linx said it celebrated the formal grand opening of its new private terminal in Boston this week with a celebration drawing over 125 guests, plus aircraft on display from Bombardier, Embraer, Dassault Falcon, Gulfstream and Textron Aviation.

Can I choose a specific airplane type when I buy a jet card?

When you charter on-demand, buy a full aircraft or fractional share, you buy a specific aircraft type. What about jet card membership programs?

 

In case you haven’t noticed, most jet card programs specify cabin size, then fulfill your needs from a variety of aircraft types in that cabin category. In some cases that’s because you are buying your jet card from a management company and they are clustering all of the aircraft in that cabin size category together. In other cases, it’s a broker program that is sourcing aircraft from charter operators, including management companies and fleet operators. You’ll often see a range of seating for the aircraft that apply to that category, so in the SuperMid category you could get a jet that fits eight people one time and 10 the next. In Large Cabin jets it’s not unusual to see a range of 10 to 14 seats. 

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