flyExclusive Adds First Challenger 350 to Fractional Fleet

The addition of this Supermid jet represents the first of as many as 20 Challenger 350s to be added to the flyExclusive fleet over the next two years.

KINSTON, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- flyExclusive, (NYSEAMERICAN: FLYX) (“flyExclusive” or the “Company”) a provider of premium private jet charter experiences, today announced that it has added the first Challenger 350 super-midsize aircraft to its fractional program.

The jet, which has a 3200 nautical-mile range, is the first of what could be as many as 20 Challenger 350s that the company could add to its fleet within the next two years.

“With the addition of the Challenger 350 to our fractional fleet, customers will have the chance to own a jet that boasts a cross-country, nonstop range in the largest cabin in the super-midsize category,” CEO and founder Jim Segrave said. “This is a beautiful jet that our customers will love. It’s fast, and it’s spacious. Whether you want to stand up and walk on the flat floor during the flight, get work done as you fly non-stop cross country or enjoy a meal prepared in a full galley, you can do it on our Challenger 350s.”

The aircraft cabin is comparable to a Gulfstream G-IVSP and has space for eight passengers and 106 cubic feet of baggage. flyExclusive will sell shares in the jets in 50-, 75-, 100-, 150- and 200-hour increments.

The arrival of the aircraft signals the next phase of the company’s strategic focus on modernizing its fleet and expanding its fractional program. In February, the company appointed industry veteran Drake Sneed as SVP of Fractional Sales. In December, the company listed on NYSE American.

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Amenities in flyExclusive’s new Challenger 350:

  • Comfortable stand-up interior
  • Luxurious, leather upholstered captain’s chair seating for utmost comfort
  • Highly desirable flat floor design in the Super-Midsize category
  • Spacious cargo for up to 15 large bags
  • WiFi-enabled
  • Cross-Country non-stop range - every time
  • Full galley/refreshment center
  • Cabin attendants available on request
  • Aircraft specifications:
    • Cabin Height: 6’0”
    • Cabin Width: 7’2”
    • Range: 3200 nm
    • Cabin Length: 25’2”
    • Baggage Volume: 106 cubic feet.

About flyExclusive

flyExclusive is a vertically integrated, FAA regulated operator of private jet experiences offering customers on-demand charter, Jet Club, and fractional jet services to destinations across the globe. As one of the world’s largest owner/operators of Cessna Citation aircraft, flyExclusive operates a controlled fleet of more than 100 light to heavy jets. The company manages all aspects of the customer experience, ensuring that every flight is on a modern, comfortable, and safe aircraft. flyExclusive’s in-house Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul services, including paint, interiors, and avionics capabilities, are provided from its campus headquarters in Kinston, North Carolina. To learn more, visit

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Investor Relations: Sloan Bohlen, Solebury Strategic Communications

Source: flyExclusive