The Learjet 36 is the new and improved version of the Lear 35. The 35’s boasting rights were a result of its range; the Lear 36 only expanded on that asset. It can fly 1,530 miles (1,330 nautical miles) nonstop. That means direct flights from San Francisco to Honolulu. Good handling characteristics, low fuel burn, and fast cruise speeds are part of the Lear 36’s assets as well.
A maximum of ten passengers can travel in the Lear 36’s cabin. It is 10.8 feet long, 4.9 feet wide and 4.3 feet high. There are 27 cubic feet of internal baggage space.
The Learjet 36 is a high-performing business jet that meets the standards of excellence of a private jet in the Lear series. It is rare to find a private jet that can fly as fast, as far, or as economically as the Lear 36.