The Learjet 45 is certified by both the US Federal Aviation
Administration (FAA) and the European Joint Aviation Authorities
(JAA), and it is approved by the regulatory agencies in more
than 30 countries. It has the direct operating costs of a light
jet but is able to fly higher, faster, farther and a more
The aircraft's two Honeywell TFE731-20 turbofan engines
each providing 15.57kN (3,500lb) thrust at take-off and it is
able to climb to cruise altitude in just 23 minutes.
Learjet 45 makes it a viable option for anyone in search
of a high-performing mid-sized private jet.
The Learjet 45 can fly 2,099 miles (1,824 nautical miles)
nonstop and can cruise at 465 kts, Mach 0.60.
The cruise performance of the Learjet 45 sets it apart
from other light and mid-sized jets. It burns 198 pounds of fuel
per hour and can complete a trip of 1,150 miles (1,000 nautical
miles) in about two hours and eighteen minutes. It handles
exceptionally well, especially at cruise altitude, and taxis and
lands smoothly thanks to its trailing link landing gear.
On a 1,000 nautical mile trip with four passengers,
G150 burns 2,987 pounds of fuel.
The Learjet 45’s cabin holds eight seats with plenty of room to
swivel, recline, and track. 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
With a quiet and comfortable cabin with lots of room, it
is comparable to a flight experience in a heavy jet.