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Information about Bombardier Learjet 35

In the early 1970s, the new Garrett TFE731 turbofan engine was created, featuring a good fuel economy and low noise level. As a result, it became possible to bring to the market a new corporate aircraft – with better performance than its competitors. The Gates Learjet company was the first to bet on the new engine – one Learjet 25 was converted to a new engine, placing one TFE731-2 in the right nacelle and leaving the old engine on the left. The first flight of the modified machine performed in January 1973. The second plane already received two TFE731-2 engines, after which the serial version of the Learjet 35, which made its first flight on August 22, 1973, appeared. Compared to the Learjet 25, the new Learjet 35 and the Learjet 36, which was parallel to it, had a fuselage extended by 0.33 m and a wing span of 1.22 m, which enabled the aircraft to carry more payload over long distances. Two serial versions of the aircraft received certificates in the summer of 1974.

The Learjet 35 was designed to carry eight people, and its version of the Learjet 35A had a large take-off weight and a number of improvements. The United States Air Force and the National Guard Aviation purchased, respectively, 80 and four aircraft of the latter variant under the designation C-21A – for use as medical evacuation, staff transport and VIP aircraft. The Air Force Command of a number of other countries purchased these aircraft for use as co-ordinates.

The company “Learjet” has developed a number of special modifications of the machine for the military. EC-35A – for use as an EW aircraft and as a training aircraft for the preparation of EW specialists. PC-35A – marine patrol aircraft equipped with a search radar with an antenna placed in the ventral fairing, high-resolution TV system, IR front viewing system, linear IR scanner, EW complex and magnetometer, and on the two wing wing assemblies – one each under each console – it was possible to place a payload weighing up to 454 kg. RC-35A – reconnaissance version, equipped with special cameras LOROP (LOng-Range Oblique Photography), side-looking radar and other special equipment. The UC-35A is a multipurpose version that could, in particular, be used as a towing vehicle.

Total by 1991 about 750 copies of the Learjet 35/36 aircraft were sold.

Bombardier Learjet 35 modifications:

  • Learjet 36
  • Learjet 36A
  • Learjet 35
  • Learjet 35A

General characteristics

Crew: two (pilot and co-pilot)
Capacity: 6 passengers
Length: 48 ft 8 in (14.83 m)
Wingspan: 39 ft 6 in (12.04 m)
Height: 12 ft 3 in (3.73 m)
Wing area: 253.3 sq ft (23.53 m2)
Aspect ratio: 5.74:1
Empty weight: 9,154 lb (4,152 kg)
Max. takeoff weight: 18,000 lb (8,164 kg)
*Fuel capacity: 1,110 US gal (4,200 l; 920 imp gal)
Powerplant: 2 × Garrett TFE731-2-2B turbofan, 3,500 lbf (16kN) each


Maximum speed: 471 knots (542 mph, 872 km/h) at 25,000 ft (7,600 m)
Cruise speed: 418 knots (481 mph, 774 km/h) at 45,000 ft (14,000 m) (econ. cruise)
Stall speed: 96 knots (111 mph, 178 km/h) (wheels and flaps down)
Range: 2,874 nmi (3,290 mi, 5,295 km) (4 passengers)
Service ceiling: 45,000 ft (13,700 m)
Rate of climb: 4,525 ft/min (6.7 m/s)
Take-off run to 30 ft (9 m): 4,784 ft (1,458 m)
Landing run from 50 ft (15 m): 2,884 ft (879 m)

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