Bombardier Learjet 60

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 60 is a twin engine mid-sized business jet, derived from the earlier Learjet 55. The 60 is the largest Learjet in the range. The latest version is the 60XR, with numerous internal improvements, including an upgraded cabin.

Summary data for Bombardier Learjet 60 -
Country of originFirst flightNo. builtNo. in serviceCrewPassengers
Canada199133032926 - 8

Power

2 x Pratt & Whitney Canada PW300 Series (4500 - 8000 lbf) turbofan engines.

PWC 305A version used on the Learjet 60, with thrust of 4600lb.


Dimensions

Dimensions for Bombardier Learjet 60 -
Length58 ft. 7 in.
Wing Span43 ft. 9 in.
Height14 ft. 6 in.
Empty Weight15,081 lbs.
Max Weight23,500 lbs.

Performance

Performance of Bombardier Learjet 60 -
Max Speed536 mph
Cruise Speed521 mph
Ceiling51,000 ft.
Normal Range2,400nm
Max Range2,691nm

Updated 6th December 2008

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Bombardier Learjet 60

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