BOMBARDIER LEARJET 45 XR INTERIOR EXTERIOR SPECIFICATIONS Flying high above congested flight lanes and unstable weather, in and out of the world's most challenging airfields, the Learjet 45XR delivers an impressive list of enhancements on the Jet Set original. Unmistakable beauties, Learjet aircraft are the ultimate runway models, famed for their ramp appeal and admired for their constant evolution in design and performance. Responding to ever-evolving corporate needs, this super-light jet provides increased range with more passengers, shorter takeoff distances in hot conditions and at high altitudes, faster time-to-climb and faster cruise speeds.
INTERIOR The polished carbon fiber cabin provides the perfect combination of sophistication and comfort. The thickly upholstered club style armshair scontribute to both your comfort and increased personal security doubling as flotation devices. Master control panels at each seat provide access to the Airshow 400 entertainment system and the dual zone temperature control allowing crew and passengers to set the temperature in their own areas. One of the aircrafts most appreciated features is its 16 windows. Providing the perfect view from every seat, they illuminate the cabin with natural light adding to the bright, airy and spacious atmosphere of the interior. For belongings you would like access to in flight the aircraft has a 15 cubic foot internal baggage area in the large, private aft lavatory. A well designed galley and coat closet offer additional storage space at the front of the cabin. The galley also features a warming oven and coffee maker in addition to the ice drawer and cold storage for catering.
With new, more powerful engines, the Bombardier Learjet 45 XR builds on the proven track record of the Learjet 45 by significantly improving payload range capabilities, time to climb, high-speed cruise, “hot and high” performance and cabin comfort. The Learjet 45 XR gets easily in and out of many smaller and out-of-the-way airports.
Climbs directly to 43,000 feet (13,106 m) in less than 25 mins.
Flies at speeds exceeding 450 knots.
Performs at an altitude of 51,000 feet (15,545 m) where is little
turbulence or traffic.
EXTERIOR The 13-degree leading-edge wing sweep contributes to the aircrafts exceptionally low fuel consumption at high speeds and adds to it’s competitively low operating costs. Painted by Learjet, Wichita in March 2005, the fuselage is overall Titanium Metallic with Sable Metallic and Charcoal Metallic accent stripes.