Cheapest LearjetLeast-Cost Learjet
Flying 50 hrs a year, I'm sure it's much less expensive to be a fraction already-owned aircraft. Flying 100 hrs a year, it begins to get less expensive, just owning a state-of-the-art aircraft (although many folks who might own an aircraft decide to go on with fractions, so they don't have to employ a pilot, administer the aircraft, etc.).
In my Cirrus, if I traded a Learjet or Jetstar, the amount of cover would increase from $3,000 a year to $30,000 a year. Since the Learjet cannot be operated legitimately by a sole pilots, I would have to employ at least one full-time pilots and would have to spend 10,000 dollars per year for his recurring education.
Hourly expenses for fuels and servicing would rise from $120 perhour to maybe $30000 perhour. Anyways, once you've summed it all up, you could probably own an old Learjet for about $300,000 per year in solid expenses and another $300,000 in running expenses if you were flying it 100 hrs, i.e., about $6000 per hr.
If the NetJets aircraft accidentally had a mechanic issue, it sent you a new one with a new team of two pilot within a few acres. Inspect RVSM in your area and for the aircraft. I guess the Lear is not RVSM-rated ( the fuselage costs are much too low to mirror that ).
1 ) the costs for the RVSM upgrades exceed the yield, and 2) the consumption of the old turbines is amazingly high below that of FL400. Bringing it to the maximum height would also almost necessitate maximum performance to keep the cab under pressure. In other words, withdrawing the energy for the down would also trigger a car ascent (and on some models) that would cause a height-alert.
When you are looking for something that can carry a good cargo of passengers, flies in the hangars and is relatively quick, think of the PC12 with the /47 gain in net mass. At Somsak, seasoned flyers and aircraft owner who are looking for aircraft in the class you are considering usually rent consultation assistance. It' not inexpensive to handle in comparison to the more recent single, but there are mechanical engineers and drivers everywhere.