Bombardier Learjet 31

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Learjet 31 Specifications

Pilots

2

Passengers

6-8

Range

1,877

(NM)
lavatory

Yes

Cabin Width

4'11"

Cabin Length

12'11"

Cabin Height

4'4"

Cruise Speed

515

(mph)

The Bombardier Learjet 31 is a light jet who's first flight took place in 1987.  Other models include the Learjet 31A and Learjet 31A/ER.  Regardless of the specific variation, the Lear 31 has be a trusted, reliable aircraft for nearly four decades. 

With the ability to hold 6-8 passenger and 40 cubic feet of luggage, the cost for a Learjet 31 typically averages $2,800-$3,000 per hour. To charter a Learjet 31 contact the team of aviation experts at Air Planning.

Have you ever heard the term 'requires ownership approval'?  Many private jets are owned by an individual, but the aircraft is manged by another organization.  If your jet requires ownership approval, it is important to understand what this means and take a close look at the contract language, as it could mean the owner can change his mind right up until the day of travel.

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