Bombardier’s midsize Learjet 60XR is the last iteration of the legacy of Learjet’s. This legacy derives from a long line of aircraft developed by Bill Lear in 1963, beginning with the original Lear 23. The 60XR rounds out Learjet’s generation of turbofan-powered aircraft. It is an improved version of the 60, boasting a more space-efficient interior. The redesigned model took its first flight in early 2006, and it remains a strong competitor in the medium-range business jet category. With such powerful engines, the Learjet excels in performance against competitors in its class. It can out-climb any mid-size jet, capable of a staggering 6,000 or greater feet per minute (FPM) climb. It can reach Mach 0.81 and is certified at a 51,000 feet flight ceiling. One might think that fuel efficiency would suffer when accommodating such high performance specifications, but the 60 Model surpasses in that category as well.

Technical Specifications

Seats 7-8 Seats
Height 5 ft 7 in
Width 5 ft 9 in
Length 17 ft 7 in
Range 2,400 nm
Manufacturer Bombardier Aerospace
Speed 466 knots
Max Altitude 51,000 ft.
Baggage 48 cu ft
Lavatory Full
San Jose Airport

Mineta San José International Airport