The Learjet 60 always has had favored status in the Bombardier Aerospace family. That's because it was the first new model to be developed after Bombardier bought the marque from cash-strapped Integrated Resources in 1990. So when Bombardier announced the XR upgrade for its firstborn at the 2005 NBAA Convention, it came as no surprise to anyone in the family back in Wichita. While first among the Bombardier Learjets, the Model 60 also is the last of the legacy Learjets. It traces its ...

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