Bombardier Learjet 40XR
The Learjet 40XR is Bombardier's top-of-the-range Light Jet and was launched in 2004 as an improved version of the Learjet 40, featuring a largely upgraded engine. This greatly increases the 40XR's clime rate, allowing it to get above commercial air traffic extremely quickly. It also offers an impressive range, greater than the Citation CJ2+ and the Hawker 400XP, as well as having the highest maximum cruise speed of any aircraft in its category, including the high-performance Phenom 300. In addition to its excellent speed, the Learjet 40XR is also spacious, as it easily accommodates up to 6 passengers in its comfortable cabin, which itself is the longest of any Light Jet. This aircraft truly represents the perfect balance of performance and comfort and, therefore, is the ideal solution for your short-haul journey requirements.
|manufacturer:Bombardier||height: 4.92 ft | 1.5 m||speed: 861 kts | 1595 kph||range: 1723 nm | 3191 km|