Learjet Learjet 25

Corporate Jet

Learjet 25D © Josh Akbar
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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.
Propulsion2 Turbojet Engines
Engine ModelGeneral Electric CJ610-8A
Engine Power (each)13,1 kN2945 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 m35,6 ft
Wing Area21,5 m231 ft
Length14,50 m47,6 ft
Height3,73 m12,2 ft
First Flight12.08.1966
Production Statusout of production
Total Production373
Developed fromLearjet 24
Data for (Version)Learjet 25D
VariantsLearjet 25A, Learjet 25B, Learjet 25C, Learjet 25D