Sunday, 25 August 2019

L.J. Aviation adds two Bombardier Challenger 350 jets to its fleet.

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Bombardier and L.J. Aviation confirmed this week, the addition of challenger 350 aircraft to the charter aircraft company's fleet, taking it to more than 40 aircraft.

“We are thrilled to receive our Challenger 350 aircraft,” said Ed Kilkeary Jr., President, L.J. Aviation. “It delivers everything we want in a business jet: outstanding performance, a comfortable and productive environment, and advantageous operating costs. The Challenger 350 aircraft is a sound investment that will make the most of our passengers’ time.”


L.J. Aviation is a world-class aircraft flight management and charter aircraft operation that is headquartered in the L.J. Aviation FBO facility at Arnold Palmer Airport in Latrobe. L.J. Aviation’s expanding list of Satellite Bases includes operations and offices in Bedford, MA; Marshfield, WI; Rochester, NY; Pontiac, MI; and at Greater Pittsburgh International. The company was founded in 1980 and currently manages and operates a fleet of over forty aircraft ranging in size from the Boeing Business Jet and Global 5000 to smaller Cessna, Bombardier and Beechcraft products. 

“We are proud of our long-standing relationship with L.J. Aviation, and we are extremely pleased that they have added two Challenger 350 aircraft to their fleet,” said Peter Likoray, Senior Vice President, Worldwide Sales and Marketing, Bombardier Business Aircraft. “This business jet is world-renowned as the leader in the super mid-size segment, and with good reason. A stunning cabin, smooth ride and exceptional value proposition all make the Challenger 350 aircraft an ideal choice for customers.”

With a true full seats, full fuel, 3,200 nautical mile range, the Challenger 350 aircraft is an efficient and reliable business tool with proven performance. Delivering comfort without compromise, the Challenger 350 jet was recently recognized by Robb Report Magazine as the Best of the Best super mid-size aircraft for the second consecutive year.



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