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Bombardier Learjet 35/35A

Producer

Bombardier Inc.

Model

Bombardier Learjet 35/35A

Category

Light Jets

Capacity

6 passengers

Bombardier Learjet 35/35A
Bombardier Learjet 35/35A
Bombardier Learjet 35/35A
Bombardier Learjet 35/35A
Bombardier Learjet 35/35A
Bombardier Learjet 35/35A
Bombardier Learjet 35/35A
Bombardier Learjet 35/35A

Overview

The concept which became the Learjet 35 began as the Learjet 25BGF (with GF referring to "Garrett Fan"), a Learjet 25 with a then-new TFE731 turbofan engine mounted on the left side in place of the 25's General Electric CJ610 turbojet engine. Production of the aircraft began in 1973, and ultimately ceased in 1994 when Learjet introduced the Learjet 45. The Model 35A is an upgraded Model 35 with TFE731-2-2B engines and a range of 2,789 miles, with a fuel capacity of 931 US gallons (3,524 L) with refueling accomplished at ground level through each wingtip tank. It was introduced in 1976, replacing the 35. Over 600 35As were built, with a production line that ended with serial number 677, in 1993.

Specs

Performance

Speed

470 kts

540.9 mi/h

870.4 km/h

Range

2125 nm

3935.5 km

Service Ceiling

45000 nm

83340 km

Cabin

Width

4.11 ft

1.3 m

Height

4.4 ft

1.3 m

Luggage

Capacity

N/A

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