Bombardier Learjet 31

Aircraft Data

The Learjet is a light business jet developed from the designs of Bill Lear, it entered production in 1963 and has become the worlds best selling range of corporate aircraft.

The short to medium range Learjet 31 was the ultimate development of the early Learjet series. It combined new fan engines with the fuselage of the 36 and the improved wing (with winglets) of the 55. It has been developed into the heavier 31A.

Summary data for Bombardier Learjet 31 -
Country of originFirst flightNo. builtNo. in serviceCrewPassengers
USA198724223024 - 8

Power

2 x Garrett TFE 731 (3500 - 4750 lbf) turbofan engines.

Typical engine is the TFE731-2, rated at 3500lb thrust.


Dimensions

Dimensions for Bombardier Learjet 31 -
Length47 ft. 8 in.
Wing Span43 ft. 8 in.
Height12 ft. 8 in.
Empty Weight11,100 lbs.
Max Weight15,500 lbs. (High gross weight versions available up to 177000 take off weight.)

Performance

Performance of Bombardier Learjet 31 -
Max Speed481 kts
Cruise Speed450 kts
Ceiling51,000 ft.
Normal Range1,266nm (Normal range for baseline 31)
Max Range1,450nm (with 4 passengers and normal reserves, for 31A)

Updated 7th December 2008

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Bombardier Learjet 31

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1st August 2017
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