LEARJET 24 SERIES For Sale
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Learjet 24 Series Aircraft Information
The successor for the pioneer, Learjet 23, the Learjet 24 uses two General Electric CJ610-6 turbojet engines. It can carry six passengers with two crew members. The empty weight of the aircraft is 7,130 lbs (3,324 kg) and the maximum takeoff weight is 13,500 lbs (6,123 kg). The cruise speed is 418 kts (481 mph, 774 km/h), the stall speed is 87 kts (100 mph, 161 km/h) and the maximum speed is Mach 0.86 (492 kts, 567 mph, 913 km/h).
Improvements made to the 24 from the 23 include a fire extinguishing system, a new windshield, auxiliary fuel in wing tip tanks, increased cabin pressurization, an added window on each side, and more powerful engines. In May 1996, one LJ24 was flown around the world to demonstrate its abilities in only 50 hours, 20 minutes. By the end of production, 259 models had been manufactured and as of 2010, 210 of the 24 were still in use.
The variations in the series differ in range, cabin, engines, and takeoff weight. The Learjet Model 24 is the standard version with 81 produced. The Learjet 24B had 49 aircraft built and the Learjet 24C is the lightweight version that was never manufactured. The Learjet 24D and Learjet 24DXR replaced the round cabin windows with angular ones and had 99 built. The Learjet 24E and the Learjet 24F are the last in the production line. Their improvements consist of aerodynamic improvements to reduce stall, a new cambered wing are both powered by two General Electric CJ610-8A engines.
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