A Challenger 350 has joined Clay Lacy Aviation's south Florida private jet charter fleet. Based at Palm Beach International airport, the super midsize CL350 offers domestic wi-fi, a Gogo Vision catalogue of the latest movies and TV shows and satellite phone. With a nonstop range of 3,200 nm, it is ideal for flights in the US, Canada, the Caribbean, Mexico and Central and South America. Jet charter clients will enjoy Clay Lacy's inflight personal service and value the company's Clean Check health and safety standard. The Challenger 350 joins a Bombardier Global 6000 ultra-long-range jet, also at Palm Beach, and a second Challenger 350, based at Miami-Opa Locka Executive airport.
This eight-passenger Challenger 350 offers comfort in a wide, spacious cabin. The seats feature 180-degree swivel, tracking and recline. Gogo Vision inflight entertainment streams over 150 movies, dozens of magazines, Bloomberg news, and weather updates. There are two, 22-inch high-definition monitors, and the class-exclusive integrated sidewall speakers provide crystal-clear audio. Other amenities include domestic and international satellite phone, a wireless cabin environment control and fully outfitted galley. There is also an enclosed lavatory with vanity.
Clay Lacy also offers two additional south Florida private charter jets to meet the domestic and international travel needs of clients across the US southeast. Speeding at up to 6,000 nm across oceans and continents, a Global 6000 seats 13 passengers and sleeps six. The long list of amenities includes ultra-fast Ka-band inflight internet connectivity for seamless international streaming. Also on board are a satellite phone, large, full-featured galley, passenger and crew wardrobes and two enclosed lavatories. This Global 6000 can be chartered from Palm Beach International.
Another spacious super midsize Challenger 350 seats eight and sleeps four on fast, nonstop charter journeys up to 3,200 nm. Passengers will enjoy wi-fi, flight phone and satellite radio. This Challenger 350 is based at Miami-Opa Locka Executive.