Jets that are more than a dozen years old.

Oldies but Goodies

This recurring editorial feature spotlights aircraft that are for sale at press time. In this issue, we focus on jets that are more than a dozen years old and that are noteworthy due to excellent condition, low mileage, or recent upgrades. BJT’s editorial department selects aircraft for inclusion and the magazine receives no compensation in exchange for coverage. Brokers wishing to have their inventory considered for this department should email

2004 Bombardier Challenger 300
Despite its age, this aircraft has amassed only 2,730 hours of flight time. The nine-passenger cabin was updated in 2010, and the jet includes a forward galley and an aft full-service lav. Equipment includes dual Collins Pro Line 21 avionics, an Airshow 400 entertainment system, and additional cabin soundproofing. The airframe is enrolled in SmartParts Plus and the APU in MSP Gold.
Asking price: $6.95 million
Broker: The Jet Business

1997 Dassault Falcon 50EX
This nine-passenger Falcon is a 20-year-old model, but numerous updates belie that fact: the interior was redone in 2015, the aircraft was repainted in 2017, and equipment includes Inmarsat Swift Broadband high-speed data, Wi-Fi, Airshow 500 with 3D moving map, and USB charging ports throughout the cabin. Total airtime is 7,775 hours.
Asking price: $3.495 million
Broker: Guardian Jet

1996 Bombardier Challenger 604
This aircraft, operated under FAR Part 135, has had only one owner and was completely refurbished in 2010. The engines are enrolled in GE OnPoint, the airframe is enrolled in Smart Parts Plus, and the APU is on a MSP. Features include domestic and international Wi-Fi systems, Collins ProLine 4 avionics, an Aircell Iridium phone system and high-speed internet. The 10-passenger interior incorporates a forward galley and aft lavatory and a main cabin that includes a forward four-chair double club grouping and an aft two-chair club opposite a four-place divan.
Asking price: $3.495 million
​Broker: Leading Edge

2001 Airbus Corporate Jets ACJ319
Though delivered in 2001, this 22-passenger bizliner didn’t enter service until two years later. It features a mid-cabin bedroom, a crew rest area, two galleys, and three lavs. The Saudi Arabia–based aircraft, which has three additional center fuel tanks, offers SwiftBroadband high-speed data with Wi-Fi.
Asking price: $39 million
Broker: Mesinger Jet Sales