The Bombardier Learjet 31A was announced in 1990 as a replacement for the Learjet 31. The 31A entered service in 1994 and the 200th aircraft was delivered in the year 2000. The Bombardier Learjet 31A is a seven-passenger light fast jet which routinely flies at altitudes between 45,000ft and 47,000ft.


LR 1A Hydraulics and Landing Gear
LR 1A General Description
LR 1A Flight Systems
LR 1A Engines and Fuel
LR 1A Electrical and Lighting
LR 1A Doors Exits and Miscellaneous Equipment
LR 1A Anti Ice and Environmental

    Flight Patterns


      Instructor’s Corner