Bombardier Learjet 45 / 45XR
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|Cabin dimensions:||19' 8" (6.0m) long, 4' 9" (1.50m) tall, 5' 1' (1.56m) wide|
|Max range:||2,400 miles / 3,700 km / 2,100 nm|
|Max speed:||530 MPH / 860 km/h / 465 KTAS|
|New price (base):||£6.8m / €7.7m / $11m|
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The Learjet 45 was a clean-sheet design for Bombardier, the first truly all-new Learjet since Bill Lear's original Lear 23 of the 1960s. Nearly forty years on, 1998 saw the first Learjet 45s delivered. The new model lived up to the Lear reputation for speed with a class-leading maximum of some 530MPH.
Inside the Learjet 45 you'll find eight passenger seats, arranged in a double-club configuration, four fold-out dining tables, a cloak cupboard, a refreshment centre (some featuring the factory optional food warmer or microwave oven), and a fully enclosed lavatory with washbasin.
The 2004-on 45XR has increased engine power, aiding climb performance and adding slightly to maximum speed. The cabin layout was redesigned to add a little extra legroom and features seats that are two inches wider.