For 40-plus years, entry-level Learjets were built primarily for pilots and pilot-size egos. This legacy was carried forward into the Learjet 31A, the Learjet 40's predecessor. As long as you turned left when you boarded one of those early Learjets, you could grin about your aircraft's climb performance, cruise speed, honest handling qualities and efficiency. Skilled pilots learned to master the Learjet's handling quirks, quickly gaining respect for the hard-edged low and high operating ...

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