Learjet 25

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Learjet 25
Learjet 25 from NASA.jpg
NASA's Learjet 25
Type: Business jet
Design country:

United StatesUnited States United States



First flight:

August 12, 1966

Production time:


Number of pieces:


The Learjet 25 is a 2- jet business jet in a low-wing design . The aircraft has a 2-person cockpit and a cabin for up to 10 passengers who are accommodated in the 1 + 1 seating arrangement. Typically, however, only 7 seats are installed.

373 series machines of the Learjet 25 have been built since 1966. In 1998, 309 of these machines were still in use. A total of 48 machines were lost in accidents. Production stopped in 1982.


  • Learjet 25B : corresponds to the Learjet 24 except for the fuselage extension
  • Learjet 25C : larger tank volume. Aerodynamically improved.
  • Learjet 25D : Aerodynamically revised variant with more powerful engines (CJ610-8A)
  • Learjet 25F : Aerodynamic Changes.
  • Learjet 25G : like 25D, but greater range

Technical specifications

Learjet 25B at Cambridge Bay Airport (Canada)
Parameter Learjet 25D data
crew 2
Passengers 8th
length 14.50 m
span 10.84 m
height 3.73 m
Max. Takeoff mass 6,805 kg
Cruising speed 860 km / h
Service ceiling 13,750 m
Range 2,663 km
Engines two General Electric CJ610-8A , each 13.1 kN

See also

Web links

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