The Learjet 60 family began with the Lear 60 in 1993 as a replacement for the Lear 55, introduced 12 years earlier. Bombardier delivered 300 Lear 60 before upgrading it to the SE version, now superceded by the Learjet 60XR. The first flight occurred in April 2006 and entered service in July 2007. Production ceased in 2012 for the development of the Learjet 85.
Cabin Length: 5.39m
Cabin Width: 1.81m
Cabin Height: 1.74m
Typical configuration: 6 or 7 seats
Notes: Door separated lavatory available (cabin attendant optional)