Private Jet Charters on the Learjet 24/25 – History and Highlights
Charter Flight Group can arrange private Learjet charters for you and your guests into and out of hundreds of domestic and international airports aboard the Learjet 25. This familiar twin-engine light business jet is the successor to the Learjet 24 and was introduced in 1967 by Learjet, a subsidiary of Bombardier. Charter a private jet and enjoy the efficiency and high performance of the Lear 25, which cruises at 43,000 feet at over 500 miles per hour. Improved versions, the Learjet 25B and 25C, were introduced in 1970. The Learjet 25D, which followed in 1976, offered a longer range, and the 25G model beat its predecessors in long-distance speed.Private jet charters on the Lear 25 enable you to depart on your own timetable and land in thousands of remote private airports, giving you better access to your destination than commercial airline flights.The Learjet 25 is durable enough to land on gravel runways if fitted with a special “gravel kit”, adding to its versatility. Its high rate of climb makes a Learjet charter capable of overflying weather systems and avoiding congested airspace. When speed is important, the Learjet 25 is the ideal business jet for private jet charters between Chicago and Bermuda, Dallas and San Jose, or Beijing and Tokyo. Since it was first introduced, the Learjet has remained extremely popular with private owners, VIP corporate private jet charter operators, and civilian and military transport carriers.