Best-selling Bombardier Challenger 350 Is Getting Even Better

The super-midsize business jet is expected to receive steep-approach certification, giving it access to London City and other currently off-limits airports. Last year’s most-delivered business jet, the Bombardier Challenger 350, could soon become even more appealing. The manufacturer expects that by the end of this year, the super-midsize aircraft will receive steep-approach certification. This will…

Bombardier Launches Twelve Brand New In-Service Products

Bombardier Launches Twelve Brand New In-Service Products to Add Value to its Industry Leading Business Jet Fleet New avionics display and Synthetic Vision System (SVS) upgrades enhance pilot awareness Bombardier designed cabin refinements improve comfort and enhance aesthetics Bombardier Business Aircraft launched 12 brand new product enhancements, from situational awareness and regulatory compliance to cabin…

Dassault Unveils Falcon 6X

Dassault released details on its newest business jet, the Falcon 6X, during a day-long technical briefing today. The latest model is a replacement for the 5X, a project canceled due to multiple delays in the development of its proposed Snecma Silvercrest engines. The 6X will have Pratt & Whitney Canada PW812D (“D” for Dassault) engines.…

JetNet: Used Bizjet Market Swings To Seller’s Market

The preowned business jet market transitioned to a seller’s market in December, with inventory now at 9.9 percent, just below the 10 percent threshold of inventory for sale and down from 11 percent in December 2016, according to data released yesterday by JetNet. Inventory of preowned business jets has decreased steadily from a high point of 2,938 aircraft in July 2009, or 17.7 percent of the in-service fleet, to 2,143 jets in December…