General Aviation aircraft
LearJet


The Lear Jet traces it's roots to the Swiss American Aviation Corporation (SAAC) and their attempt to builld a new ground attack fighter in the 1960s. After being unsuccessful in that endeavor, William Powell Lear set about making personal business jets. The company has switched hands over the years after a successful start and is now owned by Bombardier Aircraft,

Pictured below is a 2006 LearJet Model 45.






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