Learjet was was founded in the 1950s by William Powell Lear and it was one of the first companies to produce a luxury aircraft for the private sector. Although now owned and built by Bombardier Aerospace, the name Learjet remains synonymous with ‘speed’ to many in the industry.
The Aut-Air Learjet family of mid-size business jets are known for their quick climb and high-altitude capabilities, high cruising speeds and short-field performance. Learjet mid-size jets typically seat 4-8 passengers and offer a range of 1600-3000 miles.
The Learjet 40XR mid-size jet accommodates 6 passengers and has a range of 1600 miles. The 40XR is an upgraded version of the Learjet 40 and like all Learjets is known for its quick climb and high-altitude capabilities, high cruising speeds and short-field performance.
Learjet 45 mid-size business jet was the first business jet designed entirely with CAD technology and manufactured almost entirely by computer-driven equipment. It seats 8 passengers in luxurious VIP seats and has a range of over 2000 miles.
The Learjet 55 incorporates the most successful elements of its predecessors while introducing modifications to improve performance and the passenger experience. The jet seats 4-8 passengers in a variety of configurations and offers a range of 2400 miles.
Learjet 60XR mid-size cabin seats 6-8 and the jet has a range of 2700 miles. The elegantly appointed interior of the 60XR offers more of what corporate travelers appreciate and expect on long flights.
Learjet 85 is the latest Learjet and is also the largest with the widest and tallest cabin ever offered by Lear. This jet achieves ranges of 3000 miles and the executive cabin accommodates 6-8 passengers in ultimate style and comfort.