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Lear 35

In 1976 Legendary pro golfer Arnold palmer flew this aircraft 22,894miles around the world in just 57 hours 25 minutes and 42 seconds establishing a world record, it was later broken in February of 1996. Arnold Palmer used the Lear 35 to save time and keep his mind focused on golf. He attributes his golf success partially to the Lear 35 because of the amount of time he saved from driving and waiting around for commercial flight at the airport and used his extra time to master his game. He thought of his aircraft as a third teammate. This time machine is powered by two TFE731-2-2A engines giving it a thrust of 540 mph. It has the capability of carrying 8 passengers a staggering 2125 nautical miles.

Aircraft Details

bombardier

Lear 35

Light Jet

8

540 mph

2125 nm

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$3,000-3,750

4'4"

4'11"

12'11"

40 cu. ft.

$6Million

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