Soars above the competitionThe Learjet is quite a contender in the competitive private jet market. Its cruise speed, cabin space, and technological advancements are greater than other light private jets.
It has excellent range/payload flexibility and climbs quickly to elevations far above most air traffic and bad weather. The Learjet 40's cabin is the biggest of its class. It stretches to a length of 17.7 feet, a width of 5.1 feet, and a height of 4.9 feet, totaling a cabin volume of 363 cubic feet. There are seats available for six passengers, and baggage compartments that can store 65 cubic feet of baggage.
Despite the high speeds of the Learjet 40, its fuel consumption remains relatively economical due to an aerodynamic design (cutting down on drag) and two fuel-efficient Honeywell TFE731-20AR-1B engines.
In the world of light private jets, the Learjet 40 garners a lot of well-earned envy. It flies long distances quickly and even provides enough room for optimal passenger comfort. The Lear 40 is a jet that deserves the hype.