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Latitude 33 selects Challenger 350 for range and smooth ride
Advanced connectivity and comfort in the cockpit and cabin make the Challenger 350 a compelling choice. So says Latitude 33, which is able to connect Las Vegas and Honolulu with its latest managed acquisition.
The Challenger 350 will be based at John Wayne airport and will join Latitude 33 Aviation's charter fleet.
Read this story in our January 2019 printed issue.

Californian management and charter operator Latitude 33 Aviation has taken delivery of a Challenger 350. The aircraft will be based in Orange County at John Wayne airport and will be immediately available for charter.

“We are very pleased to enhance our private jet charter offering in the Greater Los Angeles area with the addition of this factory-new Challenger 350,” says president Casey Miller. “Our goal is to make the acquisition, management, and charter process exceptionally smooth for our client-owners so that they can enjoy the ownership experience with peace of mind from start to finish.”

Senior VP of worldwide sales and marketing for Bombardier Peter Likoray adds: “We were pleased to work with Latitude 33 in adding the exceptional Challenger 350 aircraft to its fleet. The jet offers the best-equipped cockpit and leading connectivity in its class, making it the perfect choice for discerning customers and operators worldwide.”

The CL350 has a range of 3,200 nm and offers a direct climb to 43,000 feet to stay clear of weather and traffic, as well as a wide cabin, flat floor, unlimited access to baggage, a smooth ride and low direct operating costs. It can connect New York City to Van Nuys or Las Vegas to Honolulu non-stop. In the cockpit, pilots are afforded an advanced Head-up Display and Enhanced Vision System camera. The type is a top seller in the super midsize segment, with 56 deliveries in 2017.

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