Challenger 350 for Sale

Challenger 350 Ownership Overview

Buyers typically don’t have a hard time finding a Challenger 350 for sale as since production of its family began, more than 650 have hit the market. This super midsize business jet was crafted as an improvement on its predecessor, continuing on the historic quality, durability, and reliability that Challenger is known for.

Challenger 350 Cabin Experience

The Challenger 350 is capable of transporting 8 passengers and 2 crew members. The aircraft includes a lavatory at the aft end of the nearly 25ft long cabin, set inside the roughly 70ft long fuselage. Increased cabin space allows for maximum passenger comfort while seated, including improved shoulder room.

Total cabin space is 930 cubic feet, allowing for a width of more than 7ft and a height of 6ft. Typically each passenger receives 70 cubic feet of space during transportation. The entry door is taller than 6ft, allowing passengers to comfortably walk in and about the cabin. Baggage receives more than 105 cubic feet of space all in an interior location accessible during flight.

Challenger 350 Mission Profile

Customers who buy a Challenger 350 are looking for a super midsize jet which can carry a great deal of weight for impressive distances. The major differences between this jet and its predecessors are the improved and strengthened wings, paired with the more efficient engines which aid in improved operational efficiency, thus reducing overall costs.

This jet is popular across the charter sector, as well as individual ownership, as Bombardier has stated it’s one of their most popular jets to date. The ability for many passengers to walk standing straight up while in-flight is a highlight consistently sought after. This jet works towards passenger comfort, creating an atmosphere conducive to rest or business.

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Challenger 350 Cost to Own

Acquisition cost for the Challenger 350 typically ranges from $26-$28 million, more than that of competition such as the Legacy 500 which sits around $20 million and the Gulfstream G280 which sits around $25 million. When factoring in market depreciation, the Challenger 350 will cost a buyer the most annually from $3.9-$4.0 million.

Challenger 350 Operating Cost

Challenger 350 direct operating cost is around $3,090 per flight hour, more than the G280 which operates hourly for $2,990, but less than the Legacy which operates for $3,140. These rates include fuel burn and various maintenance, crew, and operating fees.

Annual fixed cost for the Challenger 350 is $885,000, the highest when compared to the two direct competitors.

Challenger 350 Performance Overview

The Challenger 350 is an ideal private super midsize jet for a reason. It brings Challenger’s historic quality and durability to the table, in addition to improved operational performance with the upgraded wings and engines. Buyers looking into aircraft for sale will find that this twin engine has much to offer larger groups over longer ranges.

Challenger 350 Engines

The Challenger 350 is equipped with two Honeywell HTF7350 engines with standard thrust reversers and 7,323lbs of thrust. The Challenger 350 has a max cruise speed of 470kts, on par with the Legacy 500 and slightly slower than the G280.

The aircraft can land and takeoff in the following field lengths:

  • FAR-91: 2,420ft
  • FAR-135: 3,025ft
  • FAR-121: 4,033ft

Challenger 350 Payload

Max payload for the Challenger 350 is 3,400lbs and it can transport that capacity a distance of nearly 2,970nm. The Legacy falls short in both areas, while the G280 can carry a weight of more than 600lbs heavier, for 300nm less.

Challenger 350 Range

At long-range cruise, the Challenger 350 has a range of 3,360nm, right in the middle of the Legacy 500 (3,100nm) and G280 (3,400nm).

Challenger 350 Specifications

Challenger 350 General Info
Aircraft Class Super Midsize Jet
Aircraft Manufacturer Bombardier Aerospace
Aircraft Year of Manufacture 2014 - Present
Challenger 350 Financial Data
Acquisition Cost $24,005,700 - $29,340,300
Variable Cost $2,785 - $3,403/hr
Annual Cost $1,960,669 - $2,396,373
Fixed Cost $88,534 - $796,806
Market Depreciation $1,800,000
Retail Charter Rate $4,700/hr
Average Charter Net $1,856/hr
Challenger 350 Performance Data
Fuel Burn 300 gal/hr
Max Cruise 470 kts
135 Landing 3,025 ft
135 Takeoff 3,025 ft
91 Landing 2,420 ft
91 Takeoff 2,420 ft
121 Landing 4,033 ft
121 Takeoff 4,033 ft
Max Payload 3,400 lbs
Basic Operating Weight 24,800 lbs
Max Takeoff Weight 40,600 lbs
Challenger 350 Cabin Details
Cabin Dimensions 28'7" x 7'2" x 6'1"
Cabin Volume 1246
Seat Count 8-10