Learjet 60 XR, An Airplane With Roots

Learjet has devised flexible layout plans for the 60 XR interior that allow for a large or small galley and a variety of possible seating configurations.
The Collins Pro Line 21 has primary flight displays with full-width attitude presentation. The two large multifunction displays have a wealth of nav and systems information, and the server accommodates a chart database for a paperless cockpit.
The Learjet 60 XR’s Pratt & Whitney Canada PW 305A engines are fadec-controlled, leaving most of the power-management chores to the computers.
The airplane flown for this report was equipped with the complete Collins Pro Line 21 system, including a second file server that qualifies it for “paperless” operation. The cabin was fitted with a three-place divan on the forward ride side, a large galley on the forward left and four chairs in a club arrangement aft. All data is from the airplane flight manual and reflects standard day conditions unless noted.


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