Learjet 35 Learjet 36
The Learjet 35 and Learjet 36 were developed as stretched versions of the earlier Learjet models, 23, 24, and 25. While the earlier “20-series” were powered by turbojet engines, the LearJet 35 initiated a new model powered by turbofan engines. Both Learjets 35 and 36 were certificated in 1974 and featured updated avionics, an additional cabin window on the right side of the fuselage, and wing tip fuel tanks which distinguish it easily from other aircraft. The 35 was designed to accommodate more passengers than the “20-series” and can seat up to eight passengers and two pilots.
The Learjet 36 differed from the Learjet 35 by incorporating a larger fuel tank which increased range but reduced passenger capacity. The C-21 an “off the shelf” military variant of the 35 and is an active duty aircraft in the US Air Force and Air National Guard. The Learjet 35 and 36 are acclaimed by operators and passengers as well for their range, fast cruise speeds, and efficient fuel consumption.
Technical Specifications are as follows:
Learjet 31/31A is equipped with two Garret TFE731-2-2B turbofan engines rated at 3,500 lb thrust.
Performance specifications are as follows:
Learjet 35 and 36 have a maximum speed of 540mph (872km/h) and a maximum cruising speed of 529mph (852km/h). The maximum range for the Learjet 35 with two crew and four passengers is 2525mi (4070km). The Learjet 36 has a maximum range of 2902mi (4673km).
Dimensions are as follows:
The Learjet 35 and 36 overall length is 48ft 8in (14.83m) and height is 12 ft 3 in (3.73 m), wingspan is 39ft 6in (12.04m) and wing area of 253.3sq ft (23.5m²). The baggage compartment can hold up to 40 cubic feet.
Weight specifications are as follows:
The Learjet 35 and 36 empty but fully equipped have an operating weight of 10,120lb (4590kg) and maximum takeoff weight of 18,300lb (8300kg). The maximum payload is 3,190 lb (1,446 kg). The maximum payload is reduced to 1,192lbs (540kg) and 790lbs (358kg) when operating with maximum fuel load on the 35 and 36 respectively.
Interior dimensions are as follows:
- The Learjet 35 requires a crew of two and can carry up to eight passengers. The cabin is just shy of 13 feet long, 5 feet wide, and 4.5feet high. The interior baggage compartment can hold 40 cubic feet. Typical seating arrangements is a double club configuration for eight or a four place club configuration with a three-seater divan in the rear and additional side facing seat in the front.
- The 36 cabin length is a bit shorter at 10.8 ft and as such, cabin seating is reduced to six passengers or fewer. Typical seating arrangement is a four place club configuration plus two or four forward facing seats plus a full-width divan in the rear.
- In both Learjets many optional configurations exist with additional cabin furniture, upgraded lounge chairs, expanded galley and entertainment systems.
Interior accommodations on the Learjet 35 and Learjet 36 include a lavatory, executive seating, fold-out tables, a small galley and a baggage compartment. Some interiors may include additional workstations/tables, entertainment center, and additional cabin furniture. No matter what the layout, you can be assured that AutAir Learjet 35s or Learjet 36s offer you an environment designed for maximum comfort and productivity.
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