Aircharter’s Learjet roundup
Bombardier’s immense line of lear jets especially catered for 7 to 9 passengers, covers a wide range of aircraft, all with specific features and cabin styles. Bombardier currently sells the Learjet 70, 75, and 85 respectively. But the company is known for its Learjets 23, 24, 25, 28, 29, 31, 35, 36, 40, 45, 55 and 60. Each with their corresponding sub-models modified to carry a heavier load, or fly much further range. Here we will cover the Learjets most commonly used for charter, discuss their performance, and average price per hour.
This light jet carries a maximum of 8 passengers, and has the range capacity of 2,600 miles. The Learjet 35A was built to replace the Lear 35, giving it a slightly greater range, and all new TFE731-22B engines. For a light jet, this aircraft has range taunting that of a mid jet. The cabin is not cramped for a light jet, and most configurations are for 7 passengers, with some configurations comfortably seating 8. A Learjet 35A will cost approximately $2,400 an hour to charter.
Comfortably seating 9, this small mid jet has a maximum range of 1,970 miles, a tad lower than the aforementioned Lear 35, but compensates with a higher cruise speed, and a larger cabin, this would become bombardier’s future Learjet 70 and 75 lineup. A fast climbing and sat flying aircraft makes this aircraft great for any short city pair hop. Learjet 45s are available to charter at approximately $3,400 an hour.
This mid jet most commonly seats 8 passengers, and allows a range of 2770 miles at 522 mph. This is an updated version of the Lear 55, this model offered range and strength improvements along with styling improvements. This was known as the fastest climbing Learjet at only 18.5 minutes where other mid jets would struggle to do it in 24. A great business aircraft for 8 pax. This beauty is available for charter at approximately $3,500 and hour.
Still a brand new aircraft, with few in the skies, but some will be available to charter soon. This Learjet holds 8+1 passengers comfortably, a redone Lear 45, with much better range and fuel efficiency, as well as some aircraft lightening. Running all new Honeywell TFE731-40BR engines, the simple amount of thrust pushed by these engines are enough to make any pilot giggle coupled with its high cruise speed of 535 mph, this was a great replacement to the Lear 45. One can anticipate to charter one of these (when they are available) for approximately $4,000 an hour.
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