- 01 Jul 2018
- Mike Chase
- Jets Comparison
The Bombardier Learjet 60XR mid-size jet replaced the Learjet 60 from 2007. Offering an upgraded cabin (typically seating 8+1), a Rockwell Collins ProLine 21 advanced avionics suite and three disc steel wheel brakes, the 2,405nm range Learjet 60XR is powered by PW305A engines.
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Bombardier Learjet 60XR Snapshot
Matt Harris - Editor, AvBuyer magazine
Produced between 2007 and 2013, 114 were built, per JETNET data. According to Aircraft Bluebook, in summer 2021 the average price ranged between $2.2m (2007 model) and $3.4m (2013 model).
What makes the Learjet 60XR stand out?
At 4,500ft/minute, the Learjet 60XR provides one of the best climb rates in the Mid-Size Jet category (per Conklin & de Decker). Powered by a pair of Pratt & Whitney PW305A engines, though its maximum range of 2,398nm is very slightly less than the Learjet 60, it offers cabin improvements and newer ProLine 21 advanced avionics over the original.
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