Lear Jet Speed

Speed Lear Jet

The Learjet range has set 111 speed record worldwide to date. The Learjet range has set 111 speed record worldwide to date. However, the experiment, which took place on 10 September 2015 and followed the initial 7,960 kilometre long itinerary, defeated Lacy's journey by 17min. Lacy's initial Learjet 23 ride wrote aeronautical aviation history and marked the first ever commercial jet to fly the same sky between dawn and dusk in the USA on the same date.

A Learjet 75 took off from Westchester County Airport in White Plains, NY at 8am EDT and flew at a speed of M0.81. It landed at Dwight D. Eisenhower Airport in Wichita for refueling on both flights and also at Van Nuys Airport in Los Angeles, where Clay Lacy, accompanied by the genuine Learjet 23, was available for support.

"This jet was superbly managed throughout the entire mission, from its superb take-off power to its capacity to ride at a comfortable speed near the speed of sonic waves with much more momentum," said Captain Hillis. Learjet 23, the first Learjet was launched on October 13, 1964 and opened a new store for advanced corporate jets.

This is the only commercial jet in its category with a real twin crew cab layout and a low profile bottom throughout the cab. 15,545 metres and transport eight fully fuelled travellers over a route of 2,000 NM (3,704 km). Learjet 75 corporate jet can also reach airspeeds up to M0. 81**.

Featuring a new cabimanagement system with personal touch-screen displays and full voice and visual controls, full airplane illumination with LEDs, a large luggage collection area and a large on-board kitchen to optimise your meals, the state-of-the-art passenger compartment is equipped with a new, state-of-the-art touch-screen monitor. With the Learjet 75, four passenger and two flight crews can travel non-stop from Los Angeles to Toronto**.

At the moment the aircraft is waiting for permission from the National Aeronautic Association (NAA).

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