Launched in 2005, Bombardier’s Learjet 60XR is an enhanced version of the Learjet 60, excelling in performance and offering a more space-efficient cabin. It outperforms any other jet in its class in terms of climb rate: capable of climbing over 1,800 meters per minute. This Midsize Business Jet is the largest member of the Learjet family, boasting new fuel-efficient turbofan engines and a stretched fuselage over a meter longer than that of the Learjet 55 series. Typical layout offers comfortable seating for up to seven passengers and two crew members, usually configured with a club arrangement for four guests, an individual seat and a two-seater divan. The cabin design represents the main difference between the 60XR and its predecessor. Improvements count a wider galley with an aft lavatory, additional in-flight accessible baggage space, electronic power ports, a cabin management and entertainment system and a glass cockpit. Even if the cabin’s volume is 11% greater than that of the 55 series, cabin size and range are not its strengths compared to competitors in the same category, its speed and performance are. Though performance varies according to flight conditions, the Learjet 60XR is the fastest in its class, able to avoid air traffic and turbulence by operating at higher altitudes and represents a perfect choice for medium-haul business and leisure trips.