Bombardier Challenger 350

Bombardier Challenger 350

Challenger 350 profile, including current pricing, manufacturing dates, cabin size and passenger capacity, range, speed, baggage space, fractional ownership and jet card options

Bombardier Challenger 350 Facts

The follow-up to the uber-popular Bombardier Challenger 300, this super-midsize cabin private jet has become a mainstay for both major fractional providers, NetJets and Flexjet.

The Challenger 350 and its identical sister the Challenger 300 are popular as non-ownership dedicated jet card options as well.

The price for a used Challenger 350 starts at about $13 million.

Manufacturing Dates

Production Start: 2014

Production End: In Production

Challenger 350 Related Models

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

Fleet Size

As of November 2019, Amstat lists 242 Challenger 350s, 80 of them flying with NetJets

Cabin Category

Super Midsize Jet

Challenger 350 Cabin Size and Passengers

Challenger 350
The Bombardier Challenger 350 seen above in NetJets’ nine-passenger configuration.

Height: 6.08 feet

Width: 7.17 feet

Length: 23.7 feet

Seating Capacity: 8 to 10

Range

Full: 3,277 nautical miles

Four Passengers: 3,400 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 350s are listed starting at $13 million

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Is NetJets worth the price?

NetJets may be ubiquitous with the concept of fractional ownership, and by far the dominant player in the market, but the big question remains, is the unit of Berkshire Hathaway worth a premium?

(Updated August 26, 2021) – There’s no question NetJets is the biggest player in the private aviation sector. And for the over 3,000 subscribers to Private Jet Card Comparisons since we launched just over three years ago (Thank you!), I get to talk with perhaps 20%. It is likely more day-in-day-out contact with private aviation consumers than any other journalist. And if there is one company that comes up more than others, it’s NetJets.

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