1977 Learjet 36A

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The Learjet 36A is a light business jet aircraft produced by Learjet in the 1970s. The Learjet 36A is based on the Learjet 35, with a modified wing and a more powerful engine. The Learjet 36A is powered by two Garrett TFE731-2-2B engines, each producing 3300 lbf of thrust. The aircraft has a maximum speed of 440 knots and a range of 1,830 nm. The Learjet 36A can carry up to eight passengers and two crew members. The aircraft has a maximum takeoff weight of 14,000 lbs and a maximum landing weight of 12,500 lbs. The Learjet 36A has a service ceiling of 45,000 feet.


  • Total Time: 15600
  • SMPI 130.9/413.5
  • SCZI 130.9/3295.8
  • Excellent records and maintenance history
  • Dual Collins VHF 22 Communication Radios, 8.33 MHz frequency spacing
  • Dual Collins VIR 30 Navigation Radios
  • Dual Collins DF-206 ADF
  • Collins FD-108Y Flight Director
  • Jet PN101 Flight Director Co-Pilot
  • Primus 40 Color Weather Radar
  • Dual Apollo 2101 GPS with world wide data base
  • Dual Avtech 1250 Audio Systems
  • Dual Collins TDR 90 Transponders
  • Dual Collins DME 40
  • Collins 7180 High Frequency Transceiver
  • Sunair ASB 500 High Frequency Transceiver
  • Dual Collins 332E-10 RMI
  • IDC II Altitude Alerting and Reporting
  • Jet FC-110 Auto Pilot
  • Landmark TAWS
  • RVSM

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