Five New Listings Released to the Market – Falcon 7X, Falcon 50, Challenger 300, Cessna CJ4, and Cessna Encore+

Guardian Jet is off to a busy start to the 4th quarter with the release of five new listings to the pre-owned aircraft sales market.  This quarter is the prime season to buy/sell an aircraft and the pedigree of each of these listings place them at the top of the list of the next aircraft to sell.

2009 DASSAULT FALCON 7X, Serial Number 35

Dassault Falcon 7X, Serial Number 35

  • One Fortune 100 Owner Since New
  • 1,350 hours Total Time
  • Engines enrolled in ESP Gold and APU enrolled on MSP
  • Thrane & Thrane Aero HSD+ Swift Broadband
  • Asking $39,495,000 USD

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1993 DASSAULT FALCON 50, Serial Number 242

Dassault Falcon 50, Serial Number 242

  • Owned and Maintained for a Fortune 100 Flight Department
  • 8,450 Hours Total Time
  • Engines enrolled in MSP Gold Program
  • Fresh “C” Inspection
  • Asking Price $3,295,000

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2005 Bombardier Challenger 300, Serial Number 20059

Bombardier Challenger 300, Serial Number 20059

2011 CESSNA CITATION CJ4, Serial Number 525C-0045

Cessna Citation CJ4, Serial Number 525C-0045

  • One Owner Since New
  • 290 hours Total Time
  • Engines enrolled in Williams TAP Elite
  • Rockwell Collins Venue System
  • Asking $7,695,000

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2010 CESSNA CITATION ENCORE+, Serial Number 560-0815

Cessna Citation Encore, Serial Number 560-0815

  • One Fortune 500 Owner Since New
  • 890 hours Total Time
  • Engines enrolled in Cessna Power Advantage Engine Program
  • Gogo Biz ATG-5000 High Speed Data
  • Asking $6,950,000

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Contact Us

For more information about the aircraft above or any of the other aircraft we currently have for sale, please visit our website at www.guardianjet.com or contact us at 203-453-0800.

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