Learjet 45 and 45XR, built from 1998 to 2012 and only the second clean-sheet Learjets since the 1963 Learjet 23, have a lot going for them. Unlike previous Learjets, they have a non-circular fuselage cross section that increases head and shoulder room for seated passengers, plus a flat floor. They have a full-width, externally serviced aft lav with an optional belted potty seat. Interiors may be configured either with a fore/aft double club section or a center club with two front and two aft ...


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