Bombardier Learjet 60 XR

Based on the large-cabin 55 series, the Learjet 60XR increased in size and performance value. It is the first of the line to use PW305 turbofan engines instead of General Electric engine models.  The Pratt & Whitney of Canada PWC305A have 4,600 lbs of thrust each. They have an inspection interval of 6,000 hours.

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.

The 60XR was the latest aircraft to be fitted with Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21, replacing Pro Line 4. The Pro Line 21 is a fully integrative avionics system with many key upgrades that include decreased weight, a 75% larger display area (four 8×10 inch screens), higher reliability and more capabilities. Its Flight Management Systems interface includes electronic charting features.
Bombardier Learjet 60XR

Technische Daten

Bombardier Learjet 60 XR

Sitzplätze: 2 + 7 (9) 
Reichweite: 4.450 km
Reisegeschwindigkeit: 860 km/h
Kosten pro Stunde: n/a
Bombardier Learjet 60XR