2000 LEARJET 60 SN 199
$1,695,000 USD
1995 LEARJET 60 SN 52
$1,699,000 USD
1994 LEARJET 60 SN 50
$1,395,000
2000 LEARJET 60 SN 182
$2,295,000 USD
1984 LEARJET 55 SN 108
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1981 LEARJET 55 SN 12
$450,000 / MAKE OFFER
1982 LEARJET 55 SN 61
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1974 LEARJET 24D SN 301
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LEAR JETS FOR SALE
Omni   International   Jet   Trading   is   an   industry   leading   source   for   quality   pre-owned   Bombardier   Lear   jets   for   sale.   Should you   not   see   type   of   jet   aircraft   you   are   looking   for,   feel   free   to   call   us   and   we   will   find   it   for   you.   We   focus   on   presenting the best aircraft at the best price.
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1982 LEARJET 55 SN 53
$1,100,000 USD
LEARJET PERFORMANCE AT A GLANCE PAX = Typical Passenger Configuration        CABINV = Cabin Volume in Cubic Feet        CABINH = Cabin Height in Feet        BAGV = Baggage Volume (Interior/Exterior) in Cubic Feet        PAY - Payload with Full Fuel (lbs)        MTOW = Max Take Off Weight (lbs)        CRUISE = Normal Cruise Speed (kts)        RANGE = NBAA IFR Range with Seats Full (NM)    GPH = Gallons per hour             AIRCRAFT      PAX  CABINV CABINH  BAGV    PAY    MTOW   CRUISE  IFR RANGE    GPH Lear 31A       6    270     4.3      30/0.0  1,870  17,200   440     1,210      181 Lear 35A       6    270     4.3      40/0.0  1,990  18,300   435     1,930      206 Lear 36A       4    200     4.3      27/0.0  790    18,300   435     2,425      206 Lear 40        6    365     4.9      15/50   1,500  20,350   455     1,570      189 Lear 40XR      6    365     4.9      15/50   1,925  21,000   455     1,550      189 Lear 45        8    410     4.9      15/50   795    20,500   455     1,420      190 Lear 45XR      8    410     4.9      15/50   1,795  21,500   465     1,775      190 Lear 55C       7    405     5.75     40/20   1,535  21,000   445     1,870      226 Lear 60        7    450     5.7      24/24   938    23,500   436     2,186      215 Lear 60XR      7    450     5.7      24/24   938    23,500   436     2,044      215 Information   provided   as   a   courtesy   to   clients   of   OMNI   JET   TRADING.   It   is   based   upon   the   best available   information.   However,   many   figures   are   based   upon   estimates   or   variable   conditions   and we do not warrant it for accuracy and it should not be used for flight planning purposes. Use only an approved flight manual for the aircraft.
LEARJET AIRCRAFT HISTORY Lear 60XR (2007 to 2013 - SN 319 to SN 424) The   Lear   60XR   is   an   improved   Lear   60   with   an   upgraded   cabin,   Rockwell   Collins   Pro   Line   21 advanced   avionics   suite   and   three   disc   steel   wheel   brakes   .   The   cabin   layout   was   also   improved. The   new   cabin   design   includes   a   window   in   the   lavatory   area.   Deliveries   of   the   Learjet   60XR began in 2007. LEAR 60 (1993 to 2006 - SN 1 to SN 318) The   Learjet   60   is   an   improved   version   of   the   Learjet   55,   with   a   3½-foot   longer   fuselage   and more   powerful   Pratt   &   Whitney   Canada   PW305   turbofan   engines.   It   first   flew   on   10   October 1990   and   received   FAA   certification   in   January   1993.   The   avionics   are   upgraded   to   the   Collins Pro-Line   4   systems   and   the   single   ventral   fin   was   replaced   with   two   ventral   fins   that   Learjet called    "Delta    Fins"    to    improve    stall    characteristics    and    promote    aerodynamic    stability.    The improved Learjet 60 first flew in June 1991 and deliveries started after certification in 1993. LEAR 55 ( 1981 to 1990 - SN 3 to SN 147) The   Lear   55   was   Lear’s   entry   into   the   medium-sized   business   jet   field.   In   designing   the   55, Learjet    utilizes    the    earlier    Longhorn    28/29    wing    with    winglets    and    married    it    to    a    larger fuselage.   The   step-down   aisle   in   the   cabin   has   5   ft   9   inches   of   headroom.   124   Lear   55’s   were built.   Starting   in   1986,   the    Lear   55B    -   with   SN   127   to   SN   134   Learjet   introduced   an   all   glass digital   flight   deck,   modified   wings   (better   takeoff   and   range),   and   an   improved   interior.   Starting in   1987,   the   Lear   55C   -   starting   with   SN   135   Learjet   introduced   Delta   Fins   that   improve   stability and   reduce   landing   speeds.   Many   Lear   55’s   were   also   fitted   with   “ER”   fuel   tanks   for   added   range or “LR” tanks which added another 43 gallons of fuel in the tail cone. LEAR 75 (2013 to 2015 - SN 456 to SN 505) In 2013, the Lear 75 was introduced as the successor to the popular Lear 45XR and features a Garmin G5000 avionics suite. Lear 75 Factory Brochure LEAR 45XR (2004 to 2013 - SN 232 to SN 455) The Lear 45XR is a Learjet 45 with a 1,000-pound heavier ramp and takeoff weights as well as two Honeywell TFE 731-20BR engines. The cockpit has a Honeywell Primus 1000 integrated avionics suite and the engines are FADEC equipped. The Learjet 45XR was certificated in 2003 and has been in production since 2004. Lear 45XR Factory Brochure     Lear 45XR Factory Description LEAR 45 (1996 to 2003 - SN 5 to SN 328) The Lear 45 was the first completely new model, since the original Learjet 23. It is larger than the Learjet 31 and smaller than the 60. The cabin is seven feet longer than the 31 and has more head and shoulder room than any other aircraft in its class. The cabin has double club seating, a galley and a full aft lavatory. The cockpit has a Honeywell Primus 1000 integrated avionics suite and the FADEC equipped Honeywell TFE 731-20AR engines was developed in cooperation with Learjet for increased fuel economy and reduced operating and maintenance costs. Lear 45 Factory Brochure     Lear 45 BCA Analysis     Lear 45 BCA In flight report     Lear 45 BCA status report LEAR 70 (2013 to 2014 - SN 2134 to SN 2142 The Lear 70 is the successor to the Lear 40XR. It can reach a smooth-sailing max altitude of 45,000 feet, and its range of 2,060 nautical miles is practically transcontinental. Along with a lower weight than the Lear 40XR (by some 200 pounds), the new eight-seater will be one of the first aircraft to feature Garmin's latest cockpit layout – the top-end G5000, with its array of 14- and 5.7-inch touchscreen panels. Lear 70 Factory Brochure     LEAR 40XR (2005 to 2013 - SN 2017 to SN  2133) The Lear 40XR has a higher take-off gross weight than the basic 40. Improvements to the TFE 731-20BR engines allow for better take-off performance on hot days and at high airport elevations. Time to climb is also improved. Learjet 40 owners can upgrade to the XR through airframe and engine service bulletins. Lear 40XR Factory Brochure     Lear 40XR Performance LEAR 40 (2004 to 2009 - SN 2001 to SN 2126) The Lear 40 is a shorter cabin version of the Learjet 45. Designed to replace the Learjet 31, the cabin is 4.5 feet longer than the 31 and has more head and shoulder room than the 31 as well. The cabin has double club seating, a galley and a full aft lavatory. The cockpit has a Honeywell Primus 1000 integrated avionics suite and the FADEC equipped Honeywell TFE 731-20 engine was developed in cooperation with Learjet for increased fuel economy and reduced operating and maintenance costs. First flight was on August 31, 2002. Deliveries began in 2004. Lear 40 Factory Brochure     LEAR 31A/ER Lear 31A/ER has an optional extended range kit installed which adds 529 lbs of fuel or 230 nm to the range. LEAR 31A ( 1991 to 2003 - SN 35 to 242) The Lear 31A has a 1,450 pound higher Ramp Weight for more payload with full fuel. Lear 31A Factory Brochure     Lear 31A BCA In flight report     Lear 31A BCA Operators Survey     TFE 731 2C Engine conversion LEAR 31 (1988 to 1991 - SN 2 to SN 34) The Lear 31 series of airplanes is essentially a Learjet 35 with a new 4-foot longer wing with almost four-foot high winglets instead of wingtip fuel tanks and large “delta fins” attached to the tail cone. These changes made the plane a much more docile one to fly, greatly improved field lengths and added 6 Kts to its normal cruise speed. Seats full range decreased to 1,225 nm plus NBAA IFR fuel reserves. LEAR 36A (1976 to 1990 - SN  19 to SN 63) The Lear 36 is a model 35 with the rear bench seat removed to make room for an auxiliary fuel tank holding 1,200 pounds of additional fuel. This extra fuel increased its range by 423 nm giving non-stop coast-to-coast capability when flown at long range cruise. Only 43 were delivered. LEAR 35A  (1976 to 1993 - SN 67 to SN 676) In 1976 the Lear 35A introduced the Century III wing to reduce takeoff and approach speeds and in 1980 the Softflight wing was certified. The Lear 35A offers an NBAA IFR  range of 1,930. The fuel capacity is 931 US gallons (3,524 L. Over 600 Lear 35As were built, with a production line that ended with serial number 676 in 1993. TFE 731 2C Engine conversion LEAR 35 (1974 to 1976 - SN 1 to SN 66) The Lear 35 was powered by two TFE731-2-2B engines and was 13 inches longer than its predecessor, the Model 25. First flight of the Lear 35 was on 22 August 1973, and the aircraft was FAA certified in July, 1974. It could carry up to eight passengers.  The original Lear 35’s went from 1974 model serial number 1 to 1976 model serial number 66. There were 66 base-model 35s built. As of 2013, there are 41 remaining in service. LEAR 35 / 36 AFTER MARKET MODIFICATIONS Raisbeck Engineering offers two after-market modifications to the Learjet 35 and 36 series of aircraft. The Aft Fuselage Locker offered by this company is an external storage container mounted below the rear fuselage that can hold 300 lb of baggage. The addition of the locker imposes no performance penalties on the aircraft. This company also offers the ZR LITE performance improvement package. This modification reduces the cruise drag of the aircraft resulting in 25% less time-to-climb, 3000 to 4000 feet higher initial cruise altitude, .02+ increase in cruise Mach at equal power settings, 1% decrease in N1 and 15° ITT reduction at equal Mach and a 5-10% increase in range.  http://www.raisbeck.com/products/learjet/model3536/zrlite Avcon Industries also offers two after-market modifications to the Learjet 35 and 36 series of aircraft. The Avcon Fins are delta fins mounted on the aft fuselage, similar to those used on the Learjet 31 which improve directional stability when installed on Lear 35 & 36 models, and eliminate the FAA requirement for operable yaw dampers. The Avcon ER tank modifications adds 750 pounds of usable fuel in the tip tanks, which provides up to 40 minutes of additional flight time at normal cruise speeds and altitudes. http://www.avconindustries.com/learjet
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2000 LEARJET 60 SN 199
$1,695,000 USD
1995 LEARJET 60 SN 52
$1,699,000 USD
1994 LEARJET 60 SN 50
$1,395,000
2000 LEARJET 60 SN 182
$2,295,000 USD
1984 LEARJET 55 SN 108
MAKE OFFER
1981 LEARJET 55 SN 12
$450,000 / MAKE OFFER
1982 LEARJET 55 SN 61
MAKE OFFER
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1974 LEARJET 24D SN 301
MAKE OFFER
1995 LEARJET 60 SN 52
$1,699,000 USD
2000 LEARJET 60 SN 199
$1,695,000 USD
1994 LEARJET 60 SN 50
$1,395,000
1984 LEARJET 55 SN 108
MAKE OFFER
1981 LEARJET 55 SN 12
$450,000 / MAKE OFFER
2000 LEARJET 60 SN 182
$2,295,000 USD
1982 LEARJET 55 SN 61
MAKE OFFER
LEARJET PERFORMANCE AT A GLANCE PAX = Typical Passenger Configuration        CABINV = Cabin Volume in Cubic Feet        CABINH = Cabin Height in Feet        BAGV = Baggage Volume (Interior/Exterior) in Cubic Feet        PAY - Payload with Full Fuel (lbs)        MTOW = Max Take Off Weight (lbs)        CRUISE = Normal Cruise Speed (kts)        RANGE = NBAA IFR Range with Seats Full (NM)    GPH = Gallons per hour             AIRCRAFT      PAX  CABINV CABINH  BAGV    PAY    MTOW   CRUISE  IFR RANGE    GPH Lear 31A       6    270     4.3      30/0.0  1,870  17,200   440     1,210      181 Lear 35A       6    270     4.3      40/0.0  1,990  18,300   435     1,930      206 Lear 36A       4    200     4.3      27/0.0  790    18,300   435     2,425      206 Lear 40        6    365     4.9      15/50   1,500  20,350   455     1,570      189 Lear 40XR      6    365     4.9      15/50   1,925  21,000   455     1,550      189 Lear 45        8    410     4.9      15/50   795    20,500   455     1,420      190 Lear 45XR      8    410     4.9      15/50   1,795  21,500   465     1,775      190 Lear 55C       7    405     5.75     40/20   1,535  21,000   445     1,870      226 Lear 60        7    450     5.7      24/24   938    23,500   436     2,186      215 Lear 60XR      7    450     5.7      24/24   938    23,500   436     2,044      215 Information    provided    as    a    courtesy    to    clients    of    OMNI    JET    TRADING.    It    is    based    upon    the    best    available information.   However,   many   figures   are   based   upon   estimates   or   variable   conditions   and   we   do   not   warrant   it   for accuracy and it should not be used for flight planning purposes. Use only an approved flight manual for the aircraft.
LEARJET AIRCRAFT HISTORY Lear 60XR (2007 to 2013 - SN 319 to SN 424) The   Lear   60XR   is   an   improved   Lear   60   with   an   upgraded   cabin,   Rockwell   Collins   Pro   Line   21   advanced   avionics   suite and   three   disc   steel   wheel   brakes   .   The   cabin   layout   was   also   improved.   The   new   cabin   design   includes   a   window   in the lavatory area. Deliveries of the Learjet 60XR began in 2007. LEAR 60 (1993 to 2006 - SN 1 to SN 318) The   Learjet   60   is   an   improved   version   of   the   Learjet   55,   with   a   3½-foot   longer   fuselage   and   more   powerful   Pratt   & Whitney   Canada   PW305   turbofan   engines.   It   first   flew   on   10   October   1990   and   received   FAA   certification   in   January 1993.   The   avionics   are   upgraded   to   the   Collins   Pro-Line   4   systems   and   the   single   ventral   fin   was   replaced   with   two ventral   fins   that   Learjet   called   "Delta   Fins"   to   improve   stall   characteristics   and   promote   aerodynamic   stability.   The improved Learjet 60 first flew in June 1991 and deliveries started after certification in 1993. LEAR 55 ( 1981 to 1990 - SN 3 to SN 147) The   Lear   55   was   Lear’s   entry   into   the   medium-sized   business   jet   field.   In   designing   the   55,   Learjet   utilizes   the   earlier Longhorn   28/29   wing   with   winglets   and   married   it   to   a   larger   fuselage.   The   step-down   aisle   in   the   cabin   has   5   ft   9 inches   of   headroom.   124   Lear   55’s   were   built.   Starting   in   1986,   the    Lear   55B    -   with   SN   127   to   SN   134   Learjet introduced   an   all   glass   digital   flight   deck,   modified   wings   (better   takeoff   and   range),   and   an   improved   interior. Starting   in   1987,   the   Lear   55C   -   starting   with   SN   135   Learjet   introduced   Delta   Fins   that   improve   stability   and   reduce landing   speeds.   Many   Lear   55’s   were   also   fitted   with   “ER”   fuel   tanks   for   added   range   or   “LR”   tanks   which   added another 43 gallons of fuel in the tail cone. LEAR 75 (2013 to 2015 - SN 456 to SN 505) In 2013, the Lear 75 was introduced as the successor to the popular Lear 45XR and features a Garmin G5000 avionics suite. Lear 75 Factory Brochure LEAR 45XR (2004 to 2013 - SN 232 to SN 455) The Lear 45XR is a Learjet 45 with a 1,000-pound heavier ramp and takeoff weights as well as two Honeywell TFE 731-20BR engines. The cockpit has a Honeywell Primus 1000 integrated avionics suite and the engines are FADEC equipped. The Learjet 45XR was certificated in 2003 and has been in production since 2004. Lear 45XR Factory Brochure     Lear 45XR Factory Description LEAR 45 (1996 to 2003 - SN 5 to SN 328) The Lear 45 was the first completely new model, since the original Learjet 23. It is larger than the Learjet 31 and smaller than the 60. The cabin is seven feet longer than the 31 and has more head and shoulder room than any other aircraft in its class. The cabin has double club seating, a galley and a full aft lavatory. The cockpit has a Honeywell Primus 1000 integrated avionics suite and the FADEC equipped Honeywell TFE 731-20AR engines was developed in cooperation with Learjet for increased fuel economy and reduced operating and maintenance costs. Lear 45 Factory Brochure     Lear 45 BCA Analysis     Lear 45 BCA In flight report     Lear 45 BCA status report LEAR 70 (2013 to 2014 - SN 2134 to SN 2142 The Lear 70 is the successor to the Lear 40XR. It can reach a smooth-sailing max altitude of 45,000 feet, and its range of 2,060 nautical miles is practically transcontinental. Along with a lower weight than the Lear 40XR (by some 200 pounds), the new eight-seater will be one of the first aircraft to feature Garmin's latest cockpit layout – the top- end G5000, with its array of 14- and 5.7-inch touchscreen panels. Lear 70 Factory Brochure     LEAR 40XR (2005 to 2013 - SN 2017 to SN  2133) The Lear 40XR has a higher take-off gross weight than the basic 40. Improvements to the TFE 731-20BR engines allow for better take-off performance on hot days and at high airport elevations. Time to climb is also improved. Learjet 40 owners can upgrade to the XR through airframe and engine service bulletins. Lear 40XR Factory Brochure     Lear 40XR Performance LEAR 40 (2004 to 2009 - SN 2001 to SN 2126) The Lear 40 is a shorter cabin version of the Learjet 45. Designed to replace the Learjet 31, the cabin is 4.5 feet longer than the 31 and has more head and shoulder room than the 31 as well. The cabin has double club seating, a galley and a full aft lavatory. The cockpit has a Honeywell Primus 1000 integrated avionics suite and the FADEC equipped Honeywell TFE 731-20 engine was developed in cooperation with Learjet for increased fuel economy and reduced operating and maintenance costs. First flight was on August 31, 2002. Deliveries began in 2004. Lear 40 Factory Brochure     LEAR 31A/ER Lear 31A/ER has an optional extended range kit installed which adds 529 lbs of fuel or 230 nm to the range. LEAR 31A ( 1991 to 2003 - SN 35 to 242) The Lear 31A has a 1,450 pound higher Ramp Weight for more payload with full fuel. Lear 31A Factory Brochure     Lear 31A BCA In flight report     Lear 31A BCA Operators Survey     TFE 731 2C Engine conversion LEAR 31 (1988 to 1991 - SN 2 to SN 34) The Lear 31 series of airplanes is essentially a Learjet 35 with a new 4-foot longer wing with almost four-foot high winglets instead of wingtip fuel tanks and large “delta fins” attached to the tail cone. These changes made the plane a much more docile one to fly, greatly improved field lengths and added 6 Kts to its normal cruise speed. Seats full range decreased to 1,225 nm plus NBAA IFR fuel reserves. LEAR 36A (1976 to 1990 - SN  19 to SN 63) The Lear 36 is a model 35 with the rear bench seat removed to make room for an auxiliary fuel tank holding 1,200 pounds of additional fuel. This extra fuel increased its range by 423 nm giving non-stop coast-to-coast capability when flown at long range cruise. Only 43 were delivered. LEAR 35A  (1976 to 1993 - SN 67 to SN 676) In 1976 the Lear 35A introduced the Century III wing to reduce takeoff and approach speeds and in 1980 the Softflight wing was certified. The Lear 35A offers an NBAA IFR  range of 1,930. The fuel capacity is 931 US gallons (3,524 L. Over 600 Lear 35As were built, with a production line that ended with serial number 676 in 1993. TFE 731 2C Engine conversion LEAR 35 (1974 to 1976 - SN 1 to SN 66) The Lear 35 was powered by two TFE731-2-2B engines and was 13 inches longer than its predecessor, the Model 25. First flight of the Lear 35 was on 22 August 1973, and the aircraft was FAA certified in July, 1974. It could carry up to eight passengers.  The original Lear 35’s went from 1974 model serial number 1 to 1976 model serial number 66. There were 66 base-model 35s built. As of 2013, there are 41 remaining in service. LEAR 35 / 36 AFTER MARKET MODIFICATIONS Raisbeck Engineering offers two after-market modifications to the Learjet 35 and 36 series of aircraft. The Aft Fuselage Locker offered by this company is an external storage container mounted below the rear fuselage that can hold 300 lb of baggage. The addition of the locker imposes no performance penalties on the aircraft. This company also offers the ZR LITE performance improvement package. This modification reduces the cruise drag of the aircraft resulting in 25% less time-to-climb, 3000 to 4000 feet higher initial cruise altitude, .02+ increase in cruise Mach at equal power settings, 1% decrease in N1 and 15° ITT reduction at equal Mach and a 5-10% increase in range.  http://www.raisbeck.com/products/learjet/model3536/zrlite Avcon Industries also offers two after-market modifications to the Learjet 35 and 36 series of aircraft. The Avcon Fins are delta fins mounted on the aft fuselage, similar to those used on the Learjet 31 which improve directional stability when installed on Lear 35 & 36 models, and eliminate the FAA requirement for operable yaw dampers. The Avcon ER tank modifications adds 750 pounds of usable fuel in the tip tanks, which provides up to 40 minutes of additional flight time at normal cruise speeds and altitudes. http://www.avconindustries.com/learjet
1974 LEARJET 24D SN 301
MAKE OFFER
1982 LEARJET 55 SN 53
$1,100,000 USD
LEAR JETS FOR SALE
Omni   International   Jet   Trading   is   an   industry   leading   source   for   quality   pre-owned   Bombardier   Lear   jets   for   sale.   Should you   not   see   type   of   jet   aircraft   you   are   looking   for,   feel   free   to   call   us   and   we   will   find   it   for   you.   We   focus   on   presenting the best aircraft at the best price.
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