New models of private jets come out every year, but it’s only ever so often that a jet is released that is truly innovative. The Learjet 45 is one of the rare jets to seamlessly integrate new technology with a tested and successful older design. Its speed and economy are to be expected – being a Learjet – but its remaining features combine to create a high-quality private jet. The Learjet 45’s cabin holds eight seats (usually in a double club layout) with plenty of room to swivel, recline, and track. The cabin’s length and width are 19.8 inches and 5.1 inches, respectively. Don’t be misled by these measurements; the interior of the Learjet 45 was designed to offer the most usable passenger space possible so that the passengers do not feel claustrophobic. Other fine points of the cabin’s design make it functional and comfortable, from work tables that fold down from the walls to an extra pressure relief port on the door for added passenger safety. The noise level in the cabin never exceeds 72 dB, and a two-zone temperature control system ensures that both the cabin and the cockpit are kept comfortable. An external compartment provides 50 cubic feet of baggage space with an additional 15 cubic feet of storage in the interior. The Learjet 45 can fly 1,800 nautical miles nonstop and can cruise at 465 knots

Technical Specifications

Seats8 Seats
Height4 ft 9 in
Width5 ft 1 in
Length19 ft 8 in
Range1,800 nm
ManufacturerBombardier Aerospace
Speed465 knots
Max Altitude51,000 ft.
Baggage65 cu ft

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