The original executive twin-jet aircraft
The Sabreliner began as the Air Force T-39, built to military specifications for strength, performance and flying qualities. In 1963, those same standards were incorporated into the world's first twin-engine business jet, the Sabreliner Model 40. The Rockwell Sabreliner 40 can seat 4 - 6 passengers and has the ability to operate out of medium sized airports. Many of these popular business jets were built, and exported to countries outside the US.
Sabreliner 40 aircraft seat a maximum of six passengers in a spacious cabin.