The Learjet 40 has a range of 1,600 nm with a speed of over 465 miles per hour. The aircraft will be based at the Fort Lauderdale Executive airport, strategically located to cater to the Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade counties in south Florida.
Painted in Matterhorn white with royal blue stripes, this mid-sized jet offers seating for six passengers. The aircraft features beige leather chairs in club seating with pull-out dining tables for four forward and two aft passengers, with Gogo L3 Avance wi-fi, forward and aft bulkhead screens for Airshow 400 and 115-volt outlets for charging.
The interior features new leather seats, a forward refreshment centre and pull-down window shades for cabin privacy. A fully-enclosed lavatory equipped with a belted leather seat and sink is located in the aft cabin. It also houses an external baggage compartment for luggage.
The cockpit avionics package comprises a Primus 1000 IFCS/Primus II integrated flight computer system, Honeywell AZ-850 air data computers, and a Honeywell four-tube EFIS. For safety, the aircraft is equipped with a TCAS II Collision Avoidance System, a TAWS Terrain Awareness Warning System, a Honeywell Primus 660 colour Weather Radar System, a Honeywell Primus autopilot, and a Honeywell Mark V Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System. The aircraft is also equipped with the FANS ADSB-out upgrade.
For aircraft management customers, Presidential Aviation offers pilot and flight crew training, crew management and scheduling, aircraft maintenance and record-keeping. The company employs factory-trained maintenance technicians and holds a 14 CFR Part 145 certified repair station certificate (9PVR416M), with a limited airframe rating on Gulfstream IV, Dassault Falcon 50, Dassault Falcon 50EX and Dassault Falcon 2000EX aircraft.
The company is ARGUS Gold Rated, a Wyvern Wingman Operator, IS-BAO Stage 1 registered and an NATA member.