First appearances may be deceiving. The Learjet 60XR, for instance, looks virtually identical to the Learjet 60, an aircraft that was certified in January 1993 as an amendment to the 1966 Learjet 24 type certificate. Once you open the clamshell entry door and step inside, though, the Learjet 60XR appears to be an entirely new aircraft. Up front, pilots will find a new Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21 avionics suite that provides many more capabilities than the Pro Line 4 system fitted to the ...

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