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Bombardier Learjet 35A

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14th February 2023
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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 Learjet 35 was a turbofan development of the earlier Learjet 25, with a slight increase in fuselage length. The series 36 has more range, but similar dimensions. The 35 has been the most numerous Learjet version, it stopped production in 1994.

Summary data for Bombardier Learjet 35 -
Country of originFirst flightNo. builtNo. in serviceCrewPassengers
USA197367660024 - 8


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

The 35 and 36 both used the TFE731-2-2B, rated at 3500lb thrust.


Dimensions for Bombardier Learjet 35 -
Length48 ft. 8 in.
Wing Span39 ft. 6 in.
Height12 ft. 6 in.
Empty Weight10,120 lbs. (Weights and performance for the increased take-off weight 35A version.)
Max Weight18,300 lbs.


Performance of Bombardier Learjet 35 -
Max Speed470 kts
Cruise Speed460 kts
Ceiling51,000 ft.
Normal Range2,250nm
Max Range2,520nm (4 passengers and normal reserves.)

Updated 6th December 2008

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