Bombardier Learjet 35A
The Learjet 35 is an American business jet and military transport aircraft produced by Bombardier Learjet in 1973. It was designed with longer range, lower fuel burn, and faster cruise speeds than its predecessor, the Learjet 25. The Learjet 35A is an upgraded model of the Learjet 35 that was introduced in 1976. The Learjet 35 is known, above all, for its range. It can fly 2,056 miles nonstop.
A maximum of eight passengers can travel in the Learjet 35’s cabin. It is 12.9 feet long, 4.9 feet wide and 4.3 feet high. There are 40 cubic feet of baggage space, enough to hold about eight standard-sized suitcases. The real strength of the Learjet 35 is its range, takeoff, and cruise capabilities. Two Honeywell TFE731-2-2B engines provide 3,500 pounds of thrust, allowing the Lear 35 to take off in 4,972 feet. Its maximum takeoff weight is pretty high as well at 18,300 pounds.
|Interior Dimensions||H 4.3′ W 4.9′ L 12.9′|
|Baggage Capacity||56 cu ft|
|Maximum Speed||502 MPH|
|Maximum Range||~1,930 NM|
|Years Produced||1976 – 1992|