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The Learjet 36 corresponds to the Learjet 35 , but is designed for a longer range at the expense of the number of passengers.
In 1976 the model was further developed into the Learjet 35A, which has a slightly higher maximum take-off mass and in particular the slow flight characteristics have been improved.
A total of 60 series machines were built from the Learjet 36 model and then replaced by the further developed Learjet 31 . Production ended in 1994. By 2003, 8 Learjet 36 machines were lost due to accidents.
|Parameter||Learjet 36A data|
|Max. Takeoff mass||8300 kg|
|Top speed||872 km / h|
|optimal cruising speed||774 km / h|
|Service ceiling||13,715 m|
|Engines||two AlliedSignal TFE73122B, each 15.6 kN|