Learjet 85

Learjet 85

Learjet 85 was a Learjet development program of the aircraft manufacturer Bombardier Aerospace. class="mw-editsection-bracket">[edit]/span> Learjet 85 was a Learjet design programme of the airplane maker Bombardier Aerospace. A model of the airplane was presented at the NBAA exhibition in Orlando in October 2008. Learjet 85 should match between the middle and upper middle class segment of the business.

It was developed for FAR-25 homologation and was in fact Boombardier Aerospace's first corporate aircraft with a compound airframe. 1,000 job losses, 620 of them in Wichita". Returned on January 15, 2015. Canadien Press (15 January 2015). "1 "1,000 aviation and space flight workers in Mexico, Kansas" job cuts by Bombardier. Returned on January 15, 2015.

Niles, Russia (January 15, 2015). "Bombard stops Learjet 85". Returned on January 16, 2015. Learjet 85 in the midst of a $4.9 billion loss." Brought back on October 29, 2015. "The Learjet 85 compound pressure cab as a cost-cutter." Returned on August 22, 2011. "The Learjet continues with its Model 85."

Returned on May 14, 2012. "Squadron Flexjet becomes Learjet 85 launch customer." Returned on May 14, 2012. Bombardier inaugurates Learjet 85 aircraft component production facility in Querétaro, Mexico" (press release). Bombard Aerospace. October 21, 2010. Returned on June 28, 2016. "The Learjet 85 wings are made in Belfast." Returned on May 14, 2012.

"Principal Learjet 85." Returned on April 14, 2014. Bombardier's Learjet 85 flies with Rockwell Collins' Pro Line Fusionvionics. www.rockwellcollins.com. Returned on February 12, 2018. The Wikimedia Commons has published reports related to the Learjet 85.

With this first test the Learjet 85 test programme begins until the first shipment to the client.

With this first test the Learjet 85 test programme begins until the first shipment to the client. From Wichita-Mid Continent International Airport, the plane took off at 8:19 a.m. CST. The Learjet 85 achieved a height of 9,144 meters and an airspeed of 250 knots (463 km/h; 287 mph) during its first mission, which took about 2 hrs and 15 min.

Air checks were all carried out, with system and planes functioning as anticipated. "Tonight is a major achievement for the Learjet 85 crew. This plane has proven itself very well. I' d like to compliment all the staff who contributed to the first FTV1 flight," added Ralph Acs, Vice President and General Manager of the Learjet 85 Series.

New Learjet 85 mid-range segment redefinedWith a customer-focused clean-sheet layout, the Learjet 85 will be the biggest, quickest and most powerful Learjet ever. Faithful to its iconic legacy, the Learjet 85 is designed to provide the outstanding power, advanced engineering and outstanding value that Learjet airplane operators have come to demand.

It aims at a high-speed Mach 0.82 cruising and a trans-continental cruising distance of approximately 3,000 sea-mile ( 5,556 km)*. Learjet 85 airplane decks combine progressive technologies with sophisticated styling features for a cockpit setting unlike any other mid-size plane. In addition, the aircraft's cab management system will include a powerful standard Gigabit Ethernet networking, a dedicated amplifiers to power the high fi lidelity loudspeaker system, and an integrated port to provide assistance to the aviation cab interior surroundings, complete with illumination and thermal management.

Ever since the acquisition of Learjet Inc.

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