The Learjet 36 is known for its flight range. The Lear 36 is based on the Learjet 35, but replaces 2 extra seats for additional fuel. The Learjet 36 is capable of flying non-stop across the Atlantic. The Learjet 36 offers more than range: it has good handling characteristics, a low fuel burn, and fast cruise speeds as well.
A maximum of 8 passengers can travel in the Learjet 36 cabin. The cabin is usually in a double club layout, with plenty of room for chairs to to swivel, recline, and track.
– Transatlantic flight range
– 8 seat configuration
– Built in restroom
– Fast flight cruise speed