LEAR 60

Large features, light aircraft

Bombardier’s midsize Learjet 60XR is the last iteration of the legacy of Learjets. This legacy derives from a long line of aircraft developed by Bill Lear in 1963, beginning with the original Lear 23. The 60XR rounds out Learjet’s generation of turbofan-powered aircraft. It is an improved version of the 60, boasting a more space-efficient interior. The redesigned model took its first flight in early 2006, and it remains a strong competitor in the medium-range business jet category.

Complimentary Wi-fi

Entertainment

Pre-Stocked Amenities

Details

General Capacity

Seating

8

Crew

2

Luggage Capacity

Luggage Size

24 cu ft.

x5 suite cases x4 carry-ons

Cabin Specs

Length

17.8 ft

Height

5.9 ft

Width

5.9 ft

Technical Specifications

Exterior

Length

58.8 ft

Wingspan

43.9 ft

Height

14.8 ft

Range

2,186 NM

Speed

High Speed

535 MPH

Typical Cruise Speed

501 MPH

Engines

Engine Model

Pratt & Whitney Canada PW305A

Thrust

5,225 lb

Flat Rated to

ISA + 17ºC (90º F)

Airfield Performance

Takeoff Distance

5,450 ft

Landing Distance

5,208 ft

Avionics

Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21 avionics suite

Operating Altitude

Max Altitude

41,000 ft

Initial Cruise Altitude