Bombardier Learjet 40XR

    The light 40XR is a slightly smaller version of the Learjet 45 that Bombardier created by cutting about two feet out of the fuselage. It retains the same oval cross section with a cabin width of just more than five feet, providing a roomy space for two-across seats. With a fast cruise speed and excellent performance from small airports, the 40XR is a nimble ride for regional travel. A cruise ceiling of 51,000 feet puts you above the weather and enhances fuel efficiency. Aerodynamic winglets and efficient Honeywell engines also help minimize fuel burn.

    Photo by Gulfstream Aerospace
    FREE PREVIEW: The Gulfstream G650ER is among Robb Report’s 2015 Best of the Best selections...
    FREE PREVIEW: The Dassault Falcon 900LX is among Robb Report’s 2015 Best of the Best selections…
    The aircraft boasts a 375-square-foot lounge, a dining area, and two bedrooms…
    The dark carbon fiber is set against white leather chairs and a bright-red divan…
    Photo by Jessica Ambats
    The additional routes include flights between Los Angeles and New York and Santa Monica, Calif.,...
    The $1.15 million aircraft, now certified in Europe, can seat seven passengers with plenty of room...
    Photograph by Isaac Brekken
    The 50th anniversary Airbus copter’s special paint job took 600 hours to complete…
    The fastest plane in its class, the nearly $3 million turboprop awaits FAA certification…
    Photo by Celia Rogge
    Building on the success of its chartered flights to the Hamptons, Blade now offers trips to more...
    The revered London designer brings elevated elegance to Boeing and Airbus business jets…