New York City-based Auric Jets is hawking a 2003 Challenger 604 this week at the MEBAA 2022 static display. The aircraft, which has a cabin that can accommodate 10 passengers, has completed 12,890 hours and 7,270 landings in total and is FAA-registered. It is enrolled on GE OnPoint and is Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) Out-compliant.
The 604—which is currently registered in Aruba but was FAA-listed until 2021—has completed 24-month and 48-month checks conducted by Aero-Dienst, as well as a 4,800-hour inspection. A 192-month inspection and landing gear overhaul was performed in 2018. New paint and interior work were also completed that year. The aircraft price is listed at $6 million.