In 2014, the Challenger 350 was an improvement to the already excellent Challenger 300 with the addition of the Proline 21 Advanced avionics package, larger cabin windows, and upgraded engines. For most of 2019, the number of available aircraft for sale was a consistent average of 8 aircraft. As 2020 nears the halfway point, the current inventory is 12 aircraft for sale. This market has reached a nice balance of aircraft to suit both buyers and sellers with only 3.5% of the fleet for sale. Sellers can expect to spend less than 180 days on the market and buyers can expect to pay $1M less than they did one year ago.
This perfect mix of market conditions should encourage buyers and sellers to reach out to a reputable and experienced broker for their next Challenger 350 transaction. Omni Aircraft Sales has the perfect mix of both experience and knowledge to help facilitate your next endeavor.