The Learjet 60 is said to have been designed for a niche market – private jets that climb quickly to high cruise levels, have fast cruise speeds, operate economically, and are reliable. It would seem that those features would attract more than a niche worth of buyers, but the important point is that the Learjet 60 more than lives up to these expectations.
The cabin of the Learjet 60 is the biggest yet in the Learjet line. Able to hold seven or eight passengers, the cabin is designed to have the most space where it counts – specifically, elbow room for seated passengers. Amenities like fold-out work tables and radio phone come standard, and a fax machine, microwave, and coffee maker can be added as desired.
Aircraft Type: Mid-Size Jet Passengers: Seven (7) Cabin Width: 5 ft. 11 in. Cabin Height: 5 ft. 7 in. Cabin Length: 17 ft. 8 in. Cruise Speed: 457 kts Cruising Altitude: 51,000 feet Max. Range: 2,600 sm. Baggage: 48 cubic feet