Model 45 became only the second clean-sheet Learjet since the 1963 Learjet 23 when it was launched by launched in June 1990. It was built from 1998 to 2012. It was replaced by the higher performing Learjet 75 in November 2013. Unlike previous Learjets, the 45's fuselage has a non-circular cross section that increases head and shoulder room for the passengers and it's one of the few light jets with a flat floor. It has a full-width, externally serviced aft lav. Interiors may be ...
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