Learjet Private Jets
Learjet is a Canadian owned subsidiary of Bombardier Aerospace. Founded in the late 1950s by William Powell Lear, it was absorbed by Bombardier in 1990.
LearJet 24 / 25
The Learjet 24 is ideal for small companies and individuals looking for an economical private jet for short-range missions, usually a little over one hour. Learjet 24 / 25
The cabin is fitted with a club-style three-seater divan and four Erda adjustable seats and folding tables. There is plenty of room to sit back, relax and enjoy the flight. Learjet 31
A maximum of eight passengers can travel in the Learjet 35's cabin. The cabin is usually in a double club layout, with plenty of room to swivel and recline the seats. Learjet 35A
The Learjet 36 offers more than range: it has good handling characteristics, a low fuel burn, and fast cruise speeds as well. Learjet 36A
Learjet 40 / 40XR
The Learjet 40 combines speed with charter efficiency for private jet charter flights up to 4 hours in duration. Learjet 40 / 40XR
Learjet 45 / 45XR
Learjet 45's cabin holds eight seats, usually in a double club layout, with plenty of room to swivel, recline, and track. Learjet 45 / 45XR
Learjet 55 can climb quickly to high cruise levels, have fast cruise speeds, operate economically, and are reliable. Learjet 55
The Lear60 climb's quicker than most private jets to a high altitude where it cruises at 0.81 Mach. As well as being fast, the Lear 60 operates economically, and is one of the most reliable medium sized private jets available for charter flights. Learjet 60
With its high cruise speed, state-of-the-art avionics and an interior of exquisite style, every flight experience is inspiring. Learjet 70
How to book a Learjet
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