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Challenger 350 bolsters Latitude 33’s midsize fleet
From 2017 until the third quarter of 2020, the Challenger 350 has accounted for 60 per cent of super midsize deliveries in the state of California, and Latitude 33 will be continuing this tradition with its latest order.
The Challenger 350 aircraft has held the title of best-selling super midsize business jet for six consecutive years.
Read this story in our February 2021 printed issue.

Latitude 33 Aviation has taken delivery of a factory-new Challenger 350 business jet, which will be available for charter out of the US west coast. Based in California, Latitude 33 will manage the Challenger 350 business jet out of San Diego on behalf of the aircraft owner.

“From day one, our company's mission has always been to deliver a premium level of aircraft management service not found anywhere else. We are pleased to have provided another exceptional acceptance experience for our client and are privileged to have this extraordinary aircraft join our growing fleet of super midsize aircraft,” says Solomon Short, director of operations.

The Challenger 350 aircraft has held the title of best-selling super midsize business jet for six consecutive years, and is growing increasingly popular in California. From 2017 until the third quarter of 2020, it has accounted for 60 per cent of super midsize deliveries in that state. Out of San Diego, the jet's range of 3,200 nm at full fuel with eight passengers can take passengers to New York or Honolulu non-stop. The aircraft can also provide quick and convenient access to ski resorts with high elevation and variable weather such as Aspen, Colorado, and Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

“The Challenger 350 business jet provides a spacious, comfortable and productive alternative to commercial travel, especially as passengers seek to avoid crowds,” says Peter Likoray, Bombardier senior VP of sales and marketing, new aircraft. “The Challenger 350 aircraft is a top choice among the most discerning travellers.”

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