Bombardier

LearJet 60

Description :

The Learjet 60 is an improved version of the Learjet 55, with a longer fuselage and more powerful turbojet engines. Its first flight took place in June 1991 and it received its flight certificate in January 1993.
The modifications that converted the Learjet 55 to Learjet 60 are the result of a program of aerodynamic improvements and a need to expand the Learjet product line. Some of these changes were a first for Learjet.
Production of the Learjet 60 ended in 2007 after 314 aircraft were built.

Seats : 7

Speed : 778 km/h

Altitude : 15545 m

Range : 4074 km

Estimated price : 3500 €/h

Airplane floor plan :

Characteristics :

Height

1,74 m

Width :

1,81 m

Length :

5,39 m

Luggage compartment volume :

1,70 m³

Checked baggage:

6

Hand luggage :

3