Mountain Aviation Adds Lear Jet for Air Club
From the Robb Report Luxury Newswire
A Learjet 60 is adding speed and range to the fleet of Mountain Aviation, the largest aircraft management and charter company based in the Rocky Mountain region.
Flying this Lear is addictive. It climbs to its cruise level of 43,000 feet in less than 14 minutes with maximum takeoff weight, getting the aircraft above adverse weather quickly. At cruise level, the Lear 60 can reach speeds up to 525 mph, and it has a range of 2590 miles with a full load. The cabin is 5 feet 8 inches high and offers generous club seats and workspace.
The Lear 60 is dedicated to flights for the new Sun Valley Air Club in Idaho, for which Mountain Aviation is the charter operator. Though they can fly elsewhere, members enjoy lowest prices—no empty leg fee—for flights between Sun Valley and Seattle, San Francisco Bay area, Los Angeles area, Palm Springs, and Denver. Read More.
About Mountain Aviation: Mountain Aviation, founded in 1993, is the largest aircraft management and private jet charter company based in the Rocky Mountain Region. With bases in Denver, Eagle/Vail, Aspen, Fort Collins, Telluride as well as Boise and Sun Valley, Mountain Aviation offers exceptional aircraft charter, management and maintenance services along with sales and acquisition services to discerning clients looking for unrivaled safety, service and value. Mountain Aviation operates a young fleet of Gulfstream, Bombardier/Lear Jet, Hawker, King Air, Piaggio, Pilatus, Citation Jet and turbo-prop aircraft all available for charter.
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