The Lear 60 is a slightly upgraded version of the 55 model, mainly due to its longer fuselage and improved turbofan engines. Several of the modifications on the Lear 60 were a first for the Learjet production line. This executive jet is known for its time-to-climb performance. In just under 19 minutes it can reach up to 41,000 feet cruising altitude. It’s also knows as the legacy ending Learjet being the last Lear Aircraft to use the original wing design developed by Bill Lear. With the capability of flying nonstop at 2300 nautical miles at a max speed of 525 mph this Lear has the comfort, speed and sleek design to keep anyone on board with a grin on their face.
24 cu. ft.