- 18 Feb 2021
- Engines - Biz Av
The mid-size, medium-range (2,418nm) Bombardier Learjet 60 was introduced as an improved version of the Learjet 55 and, crucially, incorporates a longer fuselage, translating into almost a foot of added cabin length. The Learjet 60 is also driven by more-powerful PW305A engines.
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Bombardier Learjet 60 Jet Snapshot
Matt Harris - Editor, AvBuyer magazine
The Learjet 60 usually seats six or seven passengers. Manufactured between 1993 and 2007, 316 units were built, according to JETNET. Aircraft Bluebook’s winter 2020 data shows the average price ranged between $800k (1993 model) and $2.2m (2007 model).
What makes the Learjet 60 stand out?
The Learjet 60 has one of the best climb rates in the Mid-Size Jet category at 4,500ft/minute (per Conklin & de Decker), and offers the longest range of all Learjet models at 2,186nm with seats full, or 2,418nm with four passengers. Introduced as a replacement for the Learjet 55, it utilizes fuel-efficient Pratt & Whitney PW305A engines, a wider, has a stretched fuselage, and glass cockpit.
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