Lear 35 Charter Flights
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Lear 35 Charter Flight Information
Learjet 35 executive jets an enduring favorite among business travelers that demand performance and comfort.
The Lear 35 is one of a series of highly successful twin-engine executive jets produced by Bombardier. Like its predecessors and subsequent variants, it is one of the fastest light jets on the market, boasting cruise speeds that exceed 530mph.
As one of the most wildly popular executive jets of its day, the Lear 35 enjoyed a production run that spanned more than two decades (1973-94). Part of that has to do with its uncanny range. The 35A, which replaced the Lear 35 in 1976, can fly 1,786 nautical miles non-stop. It can easily handle charter flights from Chicago to Phoenix without refueling.
In fact, in 1976, legendary golfer Arnold Palmer used a Learjet 36—a variant of the 35 featuring increased fuel capacity—to establish a new round-the-world class record. He flew a total of 22,894 miles in just 57 hours, 25 minutes and 42 seconds!
A maximum of eight passengers can travel in the Learjet 35’s cabin, which measures a snug:
- 12.9 feet long
- 4.9 feet wide
- 4.3 feet high
With 40 cubic feet of baggage space, there’s enough to hold about eight standard-sized suitcases (and apparently Arnold Palmer’s golf clubs).
Learjet outfitted this aircraft with a pair of Honeywell TFE731-2-2B engines that provide 3,500 pounds of thrust. This allows it to take of in 4,972 feet. Pilots also appreciate these executive jets for their:
- Uncluttered control panel
- Easy handling and agility
- Performance capabilities
Airport officials also like the Lear 35 because it’s compliant with FAR part 36 noise standards.
The Learjet 35’s relatively low operating cost, fuel efficiency and reliability garnered the attention of the American military, who use them as transport aircraft (they’re relabeled as C-21A). They’re also a popular choice among celebrities who prefer to travel on light executive jets.
Lear 35 Charter Rates (Per hour)
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Cabin configurations may vary
39 cu ft
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