Learjet Learjet 25

Corporate Jet

Learjet 25D © Josh Akbar
Photo ©: Josh Akbar (Photos at airliners.net)
The Learjet 25 is a twin-engined corporate jet aircraft produced by the US-American manufacturer Lear Jet Industries Inc. (later Gates Learjet Corporation, today Bombardier Aerospace, Canada).
The Learjet 25 is a stretched development of the Learjet 24.
Crew2
Passengers5-8
Propulsion2 Turbojet Engines
Engine ModelGeneral Electric CJ610-8A
Engine Power (each)13,1 kN2950 lbf
Speed878 km/h474 kts
  545 mph
Service Ceiling13.716 m45.000 ft
Range2.663 km1.438 NM
1.655 mi.
Empty Weight3.465 kg7.639 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight6.805 kg15.000 lbs
Wing Span10,84 m35 ft 7 in
Wing Area21,5 m231 ft
Length14,50 m47 ft 7 in
Height3,73 m12 ft 3 in
First Flight12.08.1966
Production Statusout of production
Total Production373
Developed fromLearjet 24
ICAO CodeLJ25
FAA TCDSA10CE
Data for (Version)Learjet 25D
VariantsLearjet 25A, Learjet 25B, Learjet 25C, Learjet 25D