2019 Challenger 350

Two 2019 Challenger 350s – Private Jet Factory Acceptance
Challenger 350 Factory Acceptance

More destinations. New adventures.

Meet the two factory-new Bombardier Challenger 350s on Latitude 33 Aviation’s fleet.

Challenger 350 Factory Acceptance

Latitude 33 Aviation is proud to announce the factory acceptance of two Bombardier Challenger 350s. These two 2019 additions will bring Latitude 33 Aviation’s managed fleet of super-midsize aircraft to a total of six. One of the Challenger 350s will be available for charter and based in Seattle, Washington, while the other Scottsdale-based aircraft will be managed only.

Latitude 33 Aviation factory acceptance two Challenger 350s


Based at King County International Airport – Boeing Field (BFI) in Seattle, this factory-new Bombardier Challenger 350 is located only five miles south of the downtown area. This aircraft is the first Latitude 33 Aviation charter aircraft based out of Seattle, Washington. The long range of the Challenger 350 allows you to fly coast-to-coast nonstop. Start your trip off at Seattle, Washington and fly directly to Miami, Florida without having to make a single stop along the way.


Latitude 33 Aviation manages one of the newest and largest fleets of light, super-midsize, and heavy jets in the nation. With over a dozen aircraft on their charter fleet, Latitude 33 Aviation is guaranteed to have to right type of aircraft capable of taking you to and from your desired destination. Flying private allows you to travel on your schedule and your terms by avoiding the hassles of flying commercially. The benefits of chartering a private jet with Latitude 33 Aviation are endless. With overseas operations across the Pacific Ocean and the recent addition of the 2019 Bombardier Challenger 350, Latitude 33 Aviation makes it easier than ever to charter a flight to Hawaii. Experience the flexibility, convenience, time savings, and privacy by requesting a charter flight quote in our 2019 Bombardier Challenger 350 based out of Seattle, Washington.


This factory-accepted Bombardier Challenger 350 will join a Cessna Citation CJ2+ under Latitude 33 Aviation’s management in Scottsdale, Arizona. With a total of over 30 private jets on their managed fleet, Latitude 33 Aviation has extensive expertise when it comes to managing aircraft. We provide a single source for all of the necessary tasks that come with private aircraft ownership. Latitude 33 Aviation works with each client to optimize aircraft safety and efficiency while maximizing the aircraft’s fullest operational potential. Our private jet management program includes numerous benefits like fleet fuel, insurance, and maintenance labor and parts discounts, hangar negotiations, accounting services, aircraft detailing, and many more. With Latitude 33 Aviation’s business jet management services, clients are confident that their aircraft is in good hands. To learn more about Latitude 33 Aviation’s aircraft management services, view our management page.


Latitude 33 Aviation’s private jet factory acceptance program has been thoroughly designed and adapted to ensure that our customers receive the most perfect aircraft possible. Latitude 33 Aviation recently factory-accepted two 2018 Cessna Citation Latitudes and a 2018 Bombardier Challenger 350 that are now all available for charter. Our experienced professionals provide transportation, testing, and inspection services that can give you peace of mind when buying a jet. Our three-phrase process starts well before delivery day and continues until well after, representing and protecting our clients every step of the way. The three phases of our factory acceptance program include pre-delivery, delivery day, and post delivery support. Latitude 33 Aviation guarantees our clients’ standards will be met at the time of the final delivery of their factory-new aircraft. To learn more about Latitude 33 Aviation’s private jet factory acceptance program, visit our jet acceptance page.

For further information about the Challenger 350 visit:

Bombardier’s Website

Latitude 33 Accepts First Customer Aircraft Fueled With Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF)
Latitude 33 Aviation accepts challenger 350 with sustainable aviation fuel (SAF)


Latitude 33 Aviation is proud to announce the acceptance of the first Bombardier customer aircraft to be delivered with sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). This award-winning 2019 Challenger 350 will also be the first on Latitude 33 Aviation’s fleet to be based in Seattle, Washington. The Challenger 350 is already one of the most fuel-efficient business aircraft in the world with its redesigned canted winglets that reduce drag and fuel burn, while the engines deliver increased thrust. Available for charter, this factory-new aircraft is leading the way towards a sustainable future for business aviation by mainstreaming the use of an alternative to traditional jet fuel.


What is Sustainable Aviation Fuel?

Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) is an alternative to traditional jet fuel. SAF is made by blending conventional kerosene with renewable hydrocarbon. Because it is certified as “Jet-A1” fuel, no modifications are required for the aircraft to use SAF.

Environmental Benefits

The use of SAF has been shown to provide great environmental benefits. Sustainable aviation fuel is nearly carbon-neutral over its life cycle because the burning fuel emits an equivalent amount of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere as do plants during the growth of biomass. SAF also contains fewer impurities, which results in a greater reduction of particulate matter emissions.

SAF can be produced from municipal waste that would otherwise be left to decompose in landfill sites. This avoids the use of petroleum and instead reuses the waste to power additional flights.

Economic & Social Benefits 

SAF is mainly produced from feedstocks and therefore can be spread worldwide across several different feedstocks that have large amounts of unviable land for food crops. This can simultaneously reduce the exposure to the fuel cost volatility that comes with having a single energy source and introduce a new industry such as sustainable aviation fuel production to developing nations.

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Aviation Benefits

Latitude 33 Aviation accepts challenger 350 with sustainable aviation fuel (SAF)


The Bombardier Challenger 350 is the best-selling business jet platform over the last decade. The wide flat-floor cabin, exceptionally smooth ride, and intuitive cabin management system make it an industry leader delivering an unrivaled private jet charter experience. The Challenger 350 aircraft recently demonstrated its outstanding performance capabilities and superior reliability by setting speed records for 10 key American city pairings in 20.5 hours. With half a dozen Challenger series aircraft on its fleet, Latitude 33 Aviation is proud to announce the factory acceptance of two 2019 Bombardier Challenger 350s – one of which has made its first flight from the factory using SAF.


The best flat cabin in its category, the Challenger 350 offers both a flat floor and in-flight access to the 106 ftbaggage compartment. There are a variety of interior configurations to choose from that all comfortably seat up to 10 passengers. The open cabin is available for you to lie down, stretch out, and safely move about the cabin. Elegance at every seam, the world-class design of the interior features Bombardier’s signature metal trim, foldout tables, and class-leading comfort. The spacious galley features a microwave, sink and faucet, and a generous amount of workspace. The private lavatory features a large backlit mirror, vanity, sink, and faucet.

Technology & Amenities

Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, the Challenger 350 features the most intuitive cabin technology in the industry. Have control at your fingertips with the Challenger 350’s wireless cabin management system. Stay connected with the world below through the available high-speed connectivity. Screen a movie on the large monitors, listen to audio on the crystal-clear entertainment system, or just sit back and relax in the spacious seats. With exceptional performance and comfort, the Challenger 350 creates peace of mind for all travelers.


The Bombardier Challenger 350 is capable of flying full range with full fuel and full seating capacity. With a maximum range of 3,200 nautical miles, you and your passengers are able to travel coast-to-coast and beyond, nonstop. The Challenger 350 is optimally balanced, which provides a smooth ride from takeoff to touchdown. This year, Bombardier announced a series of enhancements to the Challenger 350, including compact Head-up Display (HUD) and Enhanced Vision System (EVS), class-leading cabin sound-proofing technology, and refined cockpit aesthetics. A performance improvement package also allows the aircraft to fly up to 1,500 NM farther out of short runways, complementing its steep approach certifications awarded by international regulatory bodies including EASA, FAA, and TC. With this set of enhancements, the Challenger 350 aircraft continues to take center stage in the super mid-size segment and to be the preferred choice for Latitude 33 Aviation’s luxury travel experiences, such as the West Coast Safari.

To learn more about the Challenger 350 visit:

Bombardier’s Website

Latitude 33 Aviation accepts challenger 350 with sustainable aviation fuel (SAF)


Latitude 33 Aviation has thoroughly designed and adapted a three-phase private jet factory acceptance program that ensures clients receive the most perfect aircraft possible. Clients are represented and protected every step of the way, well before delivery day and continuing well after. Our experienced professionals provide transportation, testing, and inspection services that give clients peace of mind when buying a private jet.

During the first phase of the jet acquisition process, the pre-delivery, Latitude 33 Aviation sets up the RVSM application, completes the warranty documentation, and post-delivery support.

During the second phase, delivery day, Latitude 33 Aviation’s representative is onsite for the On the Ground Aircraft Technical Inspection. During this inspection, the representative completes a comprehensive nose to tail inspection, looking for cosmetic, manufacturing or installation defects. Latitude 33 Aviation’s representatives and pilots complete the In the Air Flight Test, which is designed to evaluate handling qualities, test all systems, and validate performance parameters.

The final phase of the acquisition process is the post delivery support. During this phase, Latitude 33 Aviation’s team works with the manufacturer to facilitate warranty claims and ensure they deliver on post-delivery factory remediation for outstanding issues found at delivery.

Latitude 33 Aviation’s extensive expertise can help you with the process of purchasing and accepting your desired aircraft. Our private jet acceptance program can take the uncertainty out of the acquisition process.