The price of a Bombardier Learjet 45XR is between US$3.20 and US$4.30 million for 2008 – 2012 models, the last 5 years of production, according to AircraftBluebook.
The price of a jet depends on the production year. Bombardier Learjet 45XR were produced from 2004 to 2012. You can see current prices for the last 5 production years in the AircraftBluebook tab below.
We also display the latest JETNET data which shows the range of prices for Bombardier Learjet 45XR currently listed with an asking price. The data also shows market trends including whether the average ask price for this aircraft has increased or decreased in the last six months.
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What Impacts a
Bombardier Learjet 45XR’s Price?
Several things influence the price of Bombardier Learjet 45XR
If you’re planning to buy a Learjet 45XR, it’s
important to understand how the condition and value of one aircraft
can be different from another aircraft that may seem similar. The
price of an individual jet needs to be negotiated, ultimately, and
should factor several items, including its year of production,
since value depreciates as aircraft age.
In addition, how an aircraft has been configured and upgraded
compared to others in the fleet has a bearing on value, as does its
It's important to look further than the obvious signs of
surface wear and tear on the interior and exterior when assessing
the maintenance condition of a jet. Prospective buyers should also
weigh up an aircraft’s nearness to the next expensive,
scheduled overhaul or inspection event, and whether it is enrolled
on a transferrable hourly engine maintenance program.
Why Does the Bombardier
Learjet 45XR Fleet for Sale Number Matter?
The number of Learjet 45XRs for sale matters because of supply
and demand principles that drive the market. When a lower number of
the fleet is available for sale, sellers tend to be in a stronger
negotiating position, whereas if more jets are available for sale,
the market tends to favor the buyer.
Traditionally, when less than 10% of an aircraft fleet is for
sale, the market is defined as a seller’s market, whereas
when more than 10% of the fleet is for sale buyers tend to drive a
sale price more.
Furthermore, newer aircraft (those aged under five years) tend
to attract more interest in the pre-owned marketplace.
What Else Should a
Bombardier Learjet 45XR Buyer Consider?
The costs of a Learjet 45XR don’t stop with the
purchase. There are also ongoing variable hourly operating costs
and fixed hourly operating costs to consider.
How Does the Bombardier
Learjet 45XR Compare With Other Aircraft?
Check out our Bombardier Learjet 45XR Jet Comparison articles
by industry expert, Mike Chase, here: