1995 LEARJET 60

Serial #60-069
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“The Learjet 60 is an improved version of the Learjet 55, with a longer fuselage and more powerful turbofanengines. It first flew on 10 October 1990 and received FAA certification in January 1993.[6]

The modifications that converted the Learjet Model 55 into a Model 60 resulted from an aerodynamics improvement program and a need to increase the capacity of the Learjet product line. Several of these modifications were a first for Learjet, including an all-new inboard wing cuff added to the inboard sections of the “Longhorn” wing and an all-new wing-to-body fairing. By increasing the wing chord and the leading edge droop, the wing cuff improved handling during approach and landing, while the wing-to-body fairing reduced the interference drag between the wing and the fuselage. Since the engines were new for this aircraft, a new engine pylon had to be designed.

The lines of the cockpit have not changed but the fuselage was lengthened. In addition, the blend between the fuselage and the empennage was all new. While it appears as if area ruling was the intention of the blending, the blend design was really driven by attaching the original Learjet Model 35 empennage onto the larger Learjet Model 60 fuselage.

The final aerodynamic improvements to the Model 60 included the creation of the distinctive “ogive” winglet trailing edge. This lengthening of the chord near the interface of the winglet and the wing improved the interaction of the wing’s pressure spike with the winglet’s pressure spike. The result was a significant lowering of the drag in this area and a significant improvement of the wing’s efficiency. On the prior “Longhorn” wing the interference between the winglet and the wing nearly canceled the effects of the winglet. The single ventral fin was also replaced with two ventral fins that Learjet called “Delta Fins” to improve stall characteristics and promote aerodynamic stability.

The Learjet 60 is notable for its time-to-climb performance, climbing to 41,000 feet (12,497 m) in 18.5 minutes at maximum weight. It also distinguished as the last legacy Learjet, using the wing that designer Bill Lear adapted from the Swiss military aircraft, the FFA P-16. The next-generation Learjet is the Learjet 85and is an all-new design by Bombardier Aerospace slated for delivery in 2013.[7](Learjet 60, N.D.)

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Max Usable Fuel (lbs): 7910
Max Cruise Speed (KTAS): 465
Best rate of climb (FPM): 4,500
Service Ceiling (ft): 51000
Cabin Pressurization: yes
Range with 45-min. reserve (nm): 2186
Takeoff Distance Ground Roll (ft): 5450 (Balanced Field)
Landing Distance Ground Roll (ft): 5208
Wingspan: 43 ft 9 in
Overall length: 58 ft 8 in
Height: 14 ft 8 in
Seating capacity: 2 + 7
Cabin width (in.): 5 ft 11 in
Cabin height (in.): 5 ft 9 in

Weight and Balance

Operating empty weight (OEW) (lbs): 14772
Useful Load (lbs): 8848
Max Ramp Weight (lbs): 23750
Max Takeoff Weight (lbs): 23500
Max Landing Weight (lbs): 19500
Max Payload (lbs): 2228
Max Payload Full Fuel (lbs): 1068


Number of Engines: 2
Engine(s) Make and Model: Pratt & Whitney Canada PW305A
Engine One Time Since New (hrs): 4989:41
Engine One Cycles Since New: 3970
Engine Two Time Since New (hrs): 4958
Engine Two Time Since Since Major Overhaul (hrs): 3881
Does Aircraft Have APU? No


Does your aircraft have a fully integrated EFIS?
(Electronic Flight Instrument System)
EFIS System: Other
EFIS System Name: Collins Pro Line 4
FMS (Flight Management System): UASC UNS-1B
COMM (Communications Radio): VHF-S/E Collins VHF422C, 8,33/25Khz VHF-S/E Collins VHF422C, 8,33/25Khz HF-S/E Bendix KHF 950
NAV (Navigation Radio): Collins VIR-432
ELT (Emergency Locator Transmitter): Artex C 406-2
DME (Distance Measuring Equipment): Collins DME442
ADF (Automatic Direction Finder): Collins ADF-462
A/P (Autopilot): Collins FCC-850A
RADALT (Radio Altimeter): Collins ALT-55B
XPNDR (Transponder): Mode-S Collins TDR94D
EGPWS (Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System): Honeywell MK V
TCAS (Traffic Collision Avoidance System): Collins TTR921 Vers. 7.1
CVR (Cockpit Voice Recorder): UASC CVR-30a
FDR (Flight Data Recorder): F1000
Airborne Weather Radar? Yes
Other Pertinent Avionics Information WX Radar Collins RTA-844

Additional Equipment

On board connectivity: Selcall Terra Jetcall 5


Date Last Painted: 2003
Other Pertinent Exterior Information QAPS Netherlands Topcoat Jet Glo White Topcoat Jet Glo Grey Deco Jet Glo Blue Deco Jet Glo Red


Date Last Upholstered: 2013
Current Seating Configuration: Number of Passengers seven (7) Forward Cabin Configuration three (3) place Aft Cabin Configuration four (4) place group with opposing two-two (2-2)
Galley Equipment: Galley Location Forward Cabin Lavatory Aft R/H
Other Pertinent Interior Information AirPlus Seating, Cabinets, Carpet

Inspection Status

Logs Available? Yes
Inspection Next Due: Total Time Since New: 5037:00 Hours Total Landings Since New: 4027 Cycles Home Base: LEJ/EDDP Leipzig, Germany, Europe Landing Gear: Overhaul/Restoration: N/A (6000CYC interval) Next due: 6000 CYC (1973 CYC remaining)
Other Pertinent Inspection Information CAMP controlled, Status Report up to date Phase A1-A6: performed JUN. 2016 Phase B1-B6: performed JUL. 2015 Phase C1-C6: performed JUL. 2015 Phase D1-D6: performed NOV. 2012 12 Year Inspection: performed OCT. 2007 12.000 Hrs Inspection: N/A ENG 3600Hrs OVH/HSI: performed at 4385:00HRS, OCT 2010 ENG#2 performed at 3518:00HRS, MAR 2008 ENG#1

Specifications are introductory in nature and as such subject to verification upon inspection by the buyer alone. Mercury Aircraft Sales LLC. and its' client do not warrant or represent the accuracy of these specifications and provides them only as a convenience to prospective buyers. Aircraft is being offered, "as-is, where-is" and is subject to prior lease, sale or removal from the market without notification.

Aircraft Category: Airplane
Class: Multi-Engine Land
Propulsion Type: Jet
Make: Learjet
Model: 60
Total Time: 5037
Range (NM): 2310
Seats (Including Crew): 9
Year: 1995
HSC Fuel Burn (In GPH): 203
Tail Number: D-CITA
Serial Number: 60-069
Painted Year: 2003
Interior Replaced Year: 2013
Condition: Used
Flight Rule Approval: IFR

Fuel Efficiency Rating

  • MPG: 2.59
  • MPG Per Seat: 18.13

Actual rating will vary based on flight conditions, aircraft features, and pilot operation. Values are for informational purposes only and as such are not intended for navigation or flight planning. Please consult the POH for actual values.

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