Bombardier Learjet 40

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Learjet 40 Specifications

Pilots

2

Passengers

6+1

Range

1,800

(NM)
lavatory

Yes

Cabin Width

5'1"

Cabin Length

17'8"

Cabin Height

4'11"

Cruise Speed

525

(mph)

The Bombardier Learjet 40 is a light jet that was produced from 2002 - 2009.  Inspired by the Learjet 45, it is two feet shorter and holds less fuel.  The Learjet 40XR is an upgraded version of the Learjet 40.  With an upgraded engine, the Learjet 40XR offers a higher payload and faster cruising speeds. 

 

With a cabin interior that is around 20% larger than most other light jets, the Learjet 40 can comfortably seat 6 passengers with the potential for a 7th passenger with a seat in the lavatory.  It can fly over 1,800 miles nonstop and has a maximum payload of over 20,000 lbs.  The price for this private jet will typically range from $3,000 - $4,000 per hour.

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