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Learjet 60

Bombardier’s Learjet 60 is a premier midsize jet with outstanding handling and constant reliability. Following the famed Learjet family lineage, the Lear 60 offers an extremely spacious interior coupled with exceptional performance capabilities—and if its impressive climb rate and maximum high-cruise speed aren’t enough, its low operating costs will certainly entice private fliers.

Learjet 60 Features


The Learjet 60 provides passengers with a roomier cabin than on previous models, as well as a range of amenities to ensure a relaxing flight. The cabin, which was redesigned to provide more elbow and head room for passengers, measures 17.7 feet in length, 5.7 feet in height, and 5.9 feet in width for a total volume of 453 cubic feet. Featuring leather seats that can swivel and recline, the cabin comfortably seats six. Seating is arranged in club-four fashion with two additional front-facing seats, and those aboard can utilize folding work tables to stay productive while in the air. Passengers can access their luggage in flight thanks to the jet’s 31 cubic feet of internal storage, while externally accessible storage areas fit an additional 24 cubic feet.


“When it comes to pure climbing power, the Learjet 60 is hard to beat,” writes Business Jet Traveler about the Learjet 60. “This airplane doesn’t just take off—it blasts off.” That’s thanks to the jet’s two Pratt & Whitney PW305A turbofan engines, which each produce 4,600 lbs. of thrust and help reduce noise level but are capable of pushing their performance to 5,225 lbs. The aircraft can climb to a cruise level of 43,000 feet in less than 14 minutes with its full maximum takeoff weight of 23,500 lbs., and can reach a high-cruise speed of 525 mph. It has a range of 2,310 nautical miles with NBAA IFR when carrying four passengers.

The mid-size jet is extremely fuel efficient. It burns an average 203 gallons of fuel per hour, which is comparable to a light jet. During design, Bombardier utilized NASA/Boeing Tranair computational fluid dynamics software to pinpoint locations on the jet’s exterior that caused excessive drag, resulting in an extremely aerodynamic business jet.
Compared to previous Learjet models, the Learjet 60 has a heavier wing load, which increases stability and provides smoother flights, even during turbulence. A nose wheel steering system and stronger breaks make handling easier when the jet is on the ground.


The Learjet 60’s flight deck features an integrated Pro Line 4 avionics system with four large displays. A clean layout provides pilots with the most necessary information while a flight guidance system and short-range navigation come standard. Additionally, the aircraft features a Full Authority Digital Engine Control (FADEC) system that easily controls all the engine’s functions. The system automatically regulates engine performance during flights, decreasing pilot workload.


Max Passengers:
2310 miles
Cabin Width:
5.92 feet
Cabin Height:
5.71 feet
Cabin Length:
17.67 feet
Internal Baggage Volume:
31 cubic feet


External baggage Volume:
24 cubic feet
max takeoff weight
23500 lbs
landing weight
19500 lbs
max payload
2228 lbs
max fuel payload
1068 lbs
fuel capacity
7910 lbs
normal cruise airspeed
446 KTAS
long range cruise airspeed
423 KTAS
service ceiling
51000 ft

*Specifications are based on manufacturer data and may vary from those of specific aircraft sourced for your flight. See accompanying paragraphs for context of range capabilities.

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