Learjet 35/36 aircraft can fly farther and faster than some of the latest light jets. Introduced in mid-1974, the Model 35 can fly six passengers 2,000 nm while cruising at 430 KTAS and land with NBAA IFR reserves. The Model 36, having 1,200 lb more fuselage fuel, but 3 ft. less cabin length, can fly 2,450 nm. The first-generation TFE-731-2A provides excellent fuel efficiency and its low exhaust velocity makes a very quiet airport neighbor. However, these engines lose a relatively high ...

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