July 27, 2020
The Challenger 350 is a super mid-size business jet offering transcontinental range and a ten-passenger cabin configuration. An upgraded variant of the Challenger 300, this improved model offers greater engine thrust, new winglets, a different interior with 20% larger windows, and new avionics.
As of May 2020, 9% of Challenger 350 aircraft were purchased pre-owned by their current owners, the other 91% new. 3.5% are for sale with half of those (58%) under an exclusive broker agreement. When for sale the average time on the market is 156 days.
The Bombardier Challenger 350 first flew in March 2013 and shortly thereafter (May) was unveiled at EBACE. Transport Canada and the FAA granted certification in June 2014, and EASA in September 2014.
A total of 355 Challenger 350 business jets have been built with 1 retired, and 10 at the manufacturer.
There are 344* Challenger 350 business jets in operation today. The majority of these are wholly owned (237), with 4 in shared ownership and 103 in fractional ownership. 46 are currently leased. North America has the largest percentage of wholly owned Challenger 350 aircraft (74%), followed by Europe (19%). Netjets has the largest fleet of Challenger 350 aircraft (82).