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Phase A-C Inspections (August 2011)

MSP Gold Engine – APU MSP

Meticulously Maintained…Inside And Out, Pristine Double-Club Interior

Optional APU For An Always Comfortable Cabin Environment

SOLD - 2006 Learjet 45XR, S/N 289

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AIRFRAME TIMES AND PROGRAMS:
3859 Hours Since New
5349 Landings Since New
CAMP Maintenance Records

LATEST MAJOR MAINTENANCE:
Phase A, B, and C Inspections (August 2011)

WEIGHTS:
13,640 Lbs Empty Weight
14,155 Lbs Basic Operating Weight
21,500 Lbs Max Take Off Weight
Gross Weight Mod

ENGINES:
Honeywell TFE731-20BR
MSP Gold (Est. 2013 Rate $216 Per Eng Per Hr)
Thrust Reversers
5000-Hr TBO

LE SN P116665C
3859 Hours Since New
5348 Cycles Since New

RE SN P116664C
3818 Hours Since New
5299 Cycles Since New

AUXILIARY POWER UNIT:
Honeywell 36-100E
MSP (Est. 2013 Rate $58 Per APU Hr)
SN P-319
873 Hours Since New
2949 Cycles Since New

AVIONICS:
Honeywell Primus 1000 Avionics Suite w/ 4-Tube Display &
RM-855M Radio Management Units, Including:

  • Dual RCZ-850 Integrated Comms w/ 8.33 kHz Spacing
  • Dual RNZ-850/RNZ-851G Integrated Nav Units w/ FM Immunity
  • ADF Automatic Direction Finder
  • Dual DME Distance Measuring Equipment
  • Dual Mode S Transponder

DU-870 Engine Instrument/Crew Alerting System
Dual DA-800 Dual-Channel Data Acquisition Units
Dual ADS-950 Solid-State Micro Air Data Computers
Dual Honeywell AHZ-800 AHRS
Honeywell Primus 660 Radar
Honeywell RT-300 Radio Altimeter
Dual Angle Of Attack Indicators
Honeywell TCAS-2000 Traffic Collision Awareness System
Honeywell EGPWS System
Dual Universal UNS-1E FMS w/ Dual GPS

ADDITIONAL FEATURES & MODIFICATIONS:
Artex 406-2 ELT Emergency Locater Transmitter
FDR Flight Data Recorder
Allied Signal Cockpit Voice Recorder (120 min)
110-Volt Cabin Power System
Concorde Emergency Battery
Dual Rosen Sunvisors
Cockpit Mute Switch Mod

INTERIOR:
Completion Details
New 2006

Seating Details
2 Crew Seats + 8 Passenger Seats
2 Cabin Seating Areas
Forward & Aft 4-Place Clubs

Finishing Details
Gray Leather Seating
Gray Patterned Carpeting
High Gloss Cherry Wood & Nickel-Plated Fixtures

Forward Refreshment Center
Stowable Countertop
Coffee Service
Ice Drawer, General Storage & Trash Bin 

Private Aft Lavatory Seat
Numerous Storage Spaces
In-Flight Access To Aft Baggage Room

Other Cabin Amenities
Executive Writing & Dining Tables
115-Volt Electrical Outlets For Laptops And Chargers
Hanging And Storage Closets
In-Flight Accessible Aft Baggage
External Baggage Compartment
ICS-100 Iridium SatPhone With Ired Handsets

EXTERIOR:
New 2006
Overall Matterhorn White With Red And Gray Accent Stripes

 

The Preceding Preliminary Information Is For Discussion Purposes Only, Is Subject To Verification By Purchaser, Is Subject To Change Without Notice, And Is Not To Be Considered A Representation Of This Aircraft. Interested Parties Should Rely Upon Their Own Inspection Of The Aircraft And Its Records. Aircraft Is Offered Subject To Prior Sale Or Withdrawal From Market.

Ceiling
Normal Cruise Altitude 43,000 Feet
Certified Maximum Ceiling 51,000 Feet
Rate Of Climb (MGTOW) 2630 Feet/Minute
Fuel Consumption At Normal Cruise Altitudes And Speeds
1st Hour 1700 Pounds
Each Hour Thereafter 1100 Pounds
Maximum Endurance 4:30 Hours
Average DOC (Fuel @ $5.57/Gallon) $1900
Typical Operating Weights
Maximum Taxi Weight (MTW) 21,750 Pounds
Maximum Takeoff Weight (MTOW) 21,500 Pounds
Maximum Landing Weight (MLW) 19,200 Pounds
Maximum Zero Fuel Weight (MZFW) 16,000 Pounds
Fuel Capacity 6062 Pounds
Inspection Schedule
A Inspection 300 Hours / 24 Months
B Inspection 600 Hours / 36 Months
C Inspection 1200 Hours / 48 Months
D Inspection 2400 Hours / 96 Months
Cabin Dimensions
Height 4.92 Feet
Width 5.12 Feet
Length 19.75 Feet
Volume 410 Cubic Feet
Baggage Areas
Internal 15 Cu Ft / 170 Pounds
External 50 Cu Ft / 500 Pounds
Total 65 Cu Ft / 670 Pounds

The Preceding Information Is General Performance Data Relative To This Make And Model, And Is Not To Be Considered A Representation Of This Individual Aircraft. Interested Parties Should Rely Upon Their Own Inspection Of The Aircraft And Its Records.