Bombardier Learjet 35

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Learjet 35 Specifications

Pilots

2

Passengers

6-8

Range

2,056

(NM)
lavatory

Yes

Cabin Width

4'11"

Cabin Length

12'11"

Cabin Height

4'4"

Cruise Speed

480

(mph)

The Bombardier Learjet 35 is a light jet that was produced from 1973 - 1993.  Similar models include the Learjet 35A and Learjet 36.  While there are operators throughout North America that offer this private plane for charter, today it is more commonly configured as an air ambulance for medical emergency flights.  This aircraft is also used by the United States Air Force, where it is known as the C-21A

 

With a seating capacity of between 6 and 8 passengers, this private jet is known for its range.  It can fly over 2,000 miles nonstop, has a maximum payload is over 18,000 lbs and has a fuel capacity of over 900 gallons.  The price for this private jet will typically range from $2,500 - $3,600 per hour.

While the costs for light jets similar to the Learjet 35 may be comparable, one of the biggest factors in the cost of your private jet will be the proximity of the operator to your departure city.  In addition, light jets will have a range of aircraft amenities available, so it is important to understand the costs and how much bang you get for your buck every time.

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