Southwest Jet Aviation has added a Bombardier Challenger business jet to its fleet of charter aircraft. The aircraft, owned by a private entity, is based at Southwest Jet Aviation’s corporate headquarters facility at Scottsdale Municipal Airport.
The Challenger 601-3A-ER is a cabin class aircraft, allowing its passengers the finest in comfort with a spacious stand-up cabin over 25 feet long, including a private lavatory in the aft cabin. The newly refurbished interior includes comfortable leather seating for up to 10 passengers, new carpet and cabinetry, and an S-galley with microwave. The cabin also offers two large screen air shows, one in the forward cabin and one in the aft cabin, with DVD/CD capability and wireless head phones.
President Jeff Schlueter says, “This Challenger has extended range, allowing it to travel up to 3,800 nautical miles depending on the number of passengers and payload. The new paint and interior refurbishment will allow passengers to experience the feel of a new airplane for their domestic and international trips.”
The Challenger is certified to fly at an altitude of 41,000 feet and has cruise speeds of up to 530 mph. It’s available for charter service exclusively through Southwest Jet Aviation at a rate of $ 4,075 per flight hour.
Southwest Jet Aviation has worldwide operations specifications and a full suite of aviation services that include charter service, aircraft sales and acquisition, aircraft management and consulting and hangar and fuel services. The company currently manages and operates King Airs, Beechjets, Citations, Learjets, Gulfstream and Challenger aircraft with charter operations based in Scottsdale and Santa Fe, N.M.
For more information, visit [http://www.southwestjet.com].