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Performance

TAKE-OFF CLIMB (to FL 150) CLIMB (to FL 240) MACH CLIMB CRUISE INITIAL DESCENT (to FL 240) DESCENT (to FL 100) APPROACH LANDING INITIAL CLIMB (to 5000 ft) CLIMB (to FL 240) CLIMB (to FL 150) DESCENT (to FL 100)

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TAKE-OFF MTOW: WTC: RECAT-EU: - Distance: V2 (IAS): - - INITIAL CLIMB (to 5000 ft) IAS: ROC: - - CLIMB (to FL 240) IAS: ROC: - - CLIMB (to FL 150) IAS: ROC: - - MACH CLIMB MACH: ROC: - - CRUISE MACH: Ceiling: - - TAS: - Range: - INITIAL DESCENT (to FL 240) MACH: - ROD: - DESCENT (to FL 100) IAS: - ROD: - APPROACH IAS: - MCS: - ROD: - LANDING Vat (IAS): - APC: - Distance: - - -

Take-off

V2 (IAS) 110 kts

Distance 1306 m

WTC M

RECAT-EU Light

MTOW 9545 kg

Initial climb (to 5000ft)

IAS 160 kts

ROC 2900 ft/min

Climb (to FL 150)

IAS 280 kts

ROC 2400 ft/min

Climb (to FL 240)

IAS 280 kts

ROC 1800 ft/min

MACH climb

MACH 0.78

ROC 2000 ft/min

Cruise

TAS 450 kt

MACH 0.79

Ceiling FL 510

Range 1692 NM

Initial Descent (to FL 240)

MACH 0.79

ROD 1500 ft/min

Descent (to FL 100)

IAS 280 kt

ROD 2300 ft/min

Approach

IAS 250 kt

ROD 1800 ft/min

MCS 180 kt

Landing

Vat (IAS) 115 kt

Distance 1354 m

APC B

Type of Aircraft

Type

L2J

APC

B

WTC

M

RECAT-EU

Light

Technical

Wing Span

14.56 m

Length

16.93 m

Height

4.31 m

Power plant

2 × Honeywell TFE731-20AR, or -20BR in the Lear 40XR, turbofan engines, 3500 lbs (15.56 kN) each

Performance Similarity

No data

Recognition

Wing position

Low wing (winglets)

Engine position

Both sides of rear fuselage

Tail configuration

T-tail

Landing gear

Tricycle retractable

Recognition similarity

No data

Supplementary

IATA

no data

Accommodation

2 pilots and 7 passengers.

Notes

The Learjet 40 is 60cm shorter than the Learjet 45. The aircraft first flew on 31st August 2002. It entered service in January 2004.

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