1976 LearJet 24 E:
This beautiful LearJet‘s owner is upgrading to a newer jet and has priced this one for a quick sale! This 5-passenger Learjet (with an additional seat available) is in perfect flying status.
Within the next 150 hours, however, it will need one engine overhauled or replaced. The aircraft is also not "RVSM" equipped therefore it is currently limited to a max altitude of 28,000 feet within U.S. Airspace.
But, take a good look at its condition! This Lear immaculate and is definitely priced to sell! Compare it to most turbo-props that will cost you more and fly slower and you will agree that this is a great buy!
Total Time 10,739 Hours
Total Landings 10,351
1 Engine: TSOH 2,846 TSHS 834 TBO 5,000
2 Engine: TSOH 4,820 TSHS 342 TBO 5,000
Part 91 and Part 135
All AD‘s and SB‘s complied with
300/600/1200 complied with on 9/7/04 at 10,720.5 Hours
2400 complied with on 4/12/00 at 10,439.6 Hours
12 year complied with on 4/12/00 at 10,439.6 Hours
6000 landing gear complied with at 6,643 cycles
Drag chute inspection 4/14/04
10-year engine inspection 6/30/97
Performance: This is the Corvette of Light Jets! 440 knots at 45,000 feet, 963 NM range, air-conditioning converted to R134.
Aircraft underwent 135 Certification / inspection on 9/4/04.
Com: 2 COL VHF 20A
Nav: 2 COL VIR 30
DME: 2 COL DME 40
ADF: COL ADF 206
XPNDR: 2 COL TDR 90
FDS: COL FD 112Y/PN101C
RADAR: SPERRY PRIMUS 300
ENCAL: IDC II W/Alerter
GPS: KING KLN 90B
CVR: FAIRCHILD GA 100
2/97 Fire blocked, 6 passenger, with grey fabric and wine leather, rear three-place divan, two captain chairs, and one side seat, forward service cabinet
2/97 white/rainbow stripes
This aircraft is exempt from the new TAWS AD (Terrain Avoidance) because it has been set up with 5 seats vs. its original 6. However, if the 6th seat is re-installed, the AD would need completed at an approximate cost of $25,000.
All aircraft must be have met the RVSM A.D. to operate within US airspace (and certain others) if you wish to fly above FL280 (28,000 feet). The approximate cost is around $125,000 to meet this AD.
This aircraft is in airworthy condition and continues to fly. It is limited to altitudes no greater than 28,000 feet at the moment unless it is flown outside of RVSM airspace.
Additionally, one engine has about 150 more hours of "life" before its TBO time. A mid-time engine can be installed for about $50,000.
Aircraft has just had a new generator installed.
Owner is purchasing a new jet and has made this, his past favorite, available for immediate sale!