Guardian Jet is pleased to represent for sale a beautiful Bombardier Learjet 60 (Serial Number 60-153).
Accommodating up to eight passengers, this midsize jet is a great value! It would be ideal for the first-time buyer seeking to fly privately and perhaps offset the costs by chartering.
In fact, the S/N 60-153 is already operating on a Part 135 certificate, so there’s no need to re-equip it to meet charter requirements.
As can be expected with a Learjet, this Lear 60 handles exceptionally well.
Because it features heavy wing loading, the aircraft delivers exceptionally smooth flights, even in turbulent air.
The speed-proportionate nose wheel steering system makes the jet easy to handle on the ground, and strong wheel brakes assist in landings and increased ground control.
The Learjet 60’s climb and cruise performance are exceptional. So are its operating costs, which rival similar jets of its size.
In short, it’s hard to find a longer-range or faster private jet at such a value.
The Learjet 60 is a mid-size cabin, medium-range business jet aircraft that rivals the Gulfstream 150, Hawker 750, Hawker 800 and Citation Sovereign.
With a published range of 2,405 nautical miles (4,454 km), this Learjet 60 will give its new owner the freedom of direct flights from, for example, Los Angeles to New York and, Chicago to San Francisco.
With its engines on an ESP Gold program, the aircraft has fresh A-D inspections from August, 2017. The next mid-life engine inspection is scheduled at approximately 2,300 flight hours, and the next 12-year inspection is not due until August, 2022.
The jet was repainted in 2008 in overall Jet Glo Matterhorn white with Acry Glo khaki and Black Velvet accent stripes.
The eight-passenger interior configuration features a two-place divan and a single, forward-facing seat at the entry, with a four-place club and a belted lavatory seat.
The cabin seating and lower side walls are in blue leather. The carpet, cabin runner, steps and crew seats were refurbished in 2008 by Duncan Aviation and the high-gloss woodwork was refinished in 2003.
The refreshment center offers, among other features:
- Warming oven
- Hot liquid containers
- Ice drawer
- Drink storage
- Waste bin
The following are among the Learjet 60’s maintenance highlights:
- Engines Enrolled on ESP Gold
- Maintenance Tracking by Avtrak/CAMP
- 3 Rotor Brakes
- Quiet Technology Carbon Graphite Inlets
- Safran Starter/Generators
The jet’s avionics highlights include the following, among other features:
- ProLine 4 Avionics System
- Dual Collins Air Data Computers
- Dual Collins Attitude and Heading Reference System
- Dual Collins Automatic Direction Finder
- Dual Collins VHF-422A Communications with 8.33 kHz Spacing
- Dual Collins Distance Measuring Equipment
- Artex C-406-2 Emergency Locator Transmitter
- Mark V Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System with Windshear Alerts
- Dual Universal Avionics System (UNS-1C) Flight Management System
- Bendix/King KTR-953 High-frequency Receiver with Selcal
- Dual Collins Navigation (VIR-432) computers with FM Immunity
- Collins Radio Altimeter
- Rockwell Collins Weather Radar
COMMUNICATIONS & ENTERTAINMENT HIGHLIGHTS
The aircraft’s array of communications and entertainment features include the following:
- Airshow 400
- Forward cabin-mounted 10.4-in. monitor
- DVD, CD changer and cassette player
LEARJET 60 CAPABILITIES
This aircraft’s capabilities are extensive, and include the following highlights:
- Traffic Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) II change 7
- Terrain Avoidance and Warning System (TAWS)
- Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum-capable (RVSM)
- Required Navigation Performance (RNP)
Available for immediate purchase, the asking price is $1.495 million.
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Don’t hesitate to take advantage of this one-of-a-kind opportunity to own this beautifully maintained aircraft.
For more information about the Bombardier Learjet 60, please contact us at 1-203-453-0800, email us, and/or download the aircraft specifications brochure.