Monday, June 1, 2009


1993 – Present

STANDARD DATA: Seats 10. Gross wt. 23,500. Empty wt. 13,850. Engines two 4,300-lb. Pratt & Whitney PW305A turbofans.
PERFORMANCE: Max Cruise 453 kts. Long range cruise 420 kts. Range 2,409 nm. Ceiling 51,000'.

The Learjet 60 is a follow-up to the Lear 55, the largest of the Learjet fleet. It is a direct evolution of the Longhorn wing mated to an extended 10-passenger fuselage. The Learjet 60 first flew in 1991 with final certification coming in 1993. The big Learjet has complete cross-continental range, and as the showpiece of the line, features an amazing array of interior options and accoutrements.


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