The Bombardier Aerospace Learjet 60 is a mid-size cabin, medium-range business jet aircraft manufactured in Wichita, Kansas. The aircraft is a more advanced version of the Learjet 55, with a longer fuselage and upgraded turbofan engines. Since then, the aircraft manufacturer has also developed the Learjet 60 XR, an improved version. The aircraft was also modified to improve aerodynamics and reduce drag. It took its first flight on October 10, 1990, and was certified by the FAA in January 1993.
The Learjet 60 was built for speed. It climbs faster at high altitudes, where it travels at Mach 0.81, or 1000 km/h. This jet is not only fast, but it is also fuel efficient and one of the most dependable mid-size jets on the air charter market.
The cabin is 1.81 meters wide but only 5.39 meters long, with 6 seats in the comfortable version.