Association of private jet brokers IADA reports 54 used aircraft transactions so far in March despite the Covid-19 Coronavirus crisis
Members of the International Aircraft Dealers Association (IADA) said members completed 54 transactions between for the month as of March 20th. Additionally, there are over 120 aircraft, under contract, subject to closing.
The news comes as the Covid-19 Coronavirus pandemic is playing havoc on the world stock markets with demand for travel in general plummeting.
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.
Production Start: 2003
Production End: 2014
Challenger 300 Related Models
The super-midsize Bombardier Challenger 350 was the follow-up to the Challenger 300
As of November 2019, Amstat lists 453 Challenger 300s
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Challenger 300 Cabin Size and Passengers
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
Full: 3,065 nautical miles
Four Passengers: 3,340 nautical miles
Maximum Cruise Speed: 541 mph
Normal Cruise Speed: 528 mph
Long-Range Cruise Speed: 528 mph
106 cubic feet, all interior and accessible from the passenger cabin
Fractional Ownership – Yes
Dedicated Jet Card – Yes
Used Challenge 300s are listed starting at $7.65 million
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