Charter a Learjet 55 - Private Jet Charter
The Lear 55 was first introduced in 1981 as a business jet with a standup, widebody cabin. The Lear 55 is recognizable by its low/straight wing with winglets and its delta fins under the tail. Each side of the fuselage has 4 square cabin windows.
The Learjet 55/60 is said to have been designed for a niche market, a niche that needs private jets that climb quickly to high cruise levels, have fast cruise speeds, operate economically, and are reliable. It would seem that those features would attract more than a niche worth of buyers, but the important point is that the Learjet 60 more than lives up to its expectations.
- Hot and cold drink facility
- 7-8 seat configuration
- Radio phones
- Fully equipped mini bar
Comfort & Size
The cabin of the Learjet 55/60 is the biggest yet in the Learjet line. It can hold seven or eight passengers in its cabin, designed to have the most space where it counts specifically, elbow room for seated passengers. Amenities like fold-out work tables and radio phone come standard, and a fax machine, microwave, and coffee maker can be added as desired.