NetJets—a leading U.S. provider of fractional-aircraft ownership and a variety of other private-flight programs—was the transport mode of choice when Robb Report arranged for Jimmy Kimmel and two of his closest friends, chefs Chris Bianco and Adam Perry Lang, to visit Montana for the late-night host’s bucket list adventure.
Among the aircraft in the venerable NetJets Signature Series fleet—special-edition planes built specifically for NetJets with upgraded interiors and branded livery—is the Bombardier Challenger 350 super-midsize jet. The Challenger 350, which was first delivered in June 2014 (NetJets was the launch customer), can carry as many as 10 passengers in a roughly 25-foot-long cabin that is as comfortable as it looks. For the NetJets Signature Series, Bombardier upgraded the plane’s interior with a high-definition wireless entertainment system, custom wood veneers, and a fresh, modern color palette. The aircraft cruises at 540 mph and has a range of 3,200 miles. Bombardier sells the Challenger 350 for approximately $26.5 million. (netjets.com)