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Bombardier Learjet 40

 

Learjet-40XR
Bombardier Learjet 40XR N5012Z

 

In 2002, Bombardier offered a smaller version of the Learjet 45, the model 40. The aircraft is designed for shorter hops with maximum Lear performance. The Learjet 40 features the same FADEC-equipped Allied Signal engines, all glass cockpit and systems as the Learjet 45, but with a slightly shorter fuselage. The Learjet 40 offers a 36% larger cabin and 35% more range than the Learjet 31 for only a 10% higher price. The 40 can fly with a full passenger load of seven and full fuel. With four passengers, it will travel from New York to Chicago in one hour and 35 minutes.

Engines: 2 x Allied Signal TFE731-20-AR, 15264 N / 1556 kp / 3,500-lb
Length: 55.512 ft / 16.92 m
Height: 14.14 ft / 4.31 m
Cabin height: 4.921 ft / 1.5 m
Cabin width: 5.118 ft / 1.56 m
Cabin length: 17.717 ft / 5.4 m
Wingspan: 47.769 ft / 14.56 m
Max take off weight: 20354.4 lb / 9231.0 kg
Empty wt: 13,888 lb
Max cruise: 464 kt
Cruising speed (mach): 0.81 mach
Long range cruise: 430 kts
Maximum range: 1857 nm / 3439 km
Ceiling: 51,000 ft
Takeoff distance (50ft): 5,250 ft
Landing distance: 2,660 ft
Crew: 2
Passengers: 7

 


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