Learjet – to fly higher than the clouds

learjet-to fly

And on and on this earth spins like a carousel
If I could travel across the world
The secrets I would tell

You and I were meant to fly higher than the clouds
We’ll sail across the sky, so come with me
And you will feel that we’re soaring
That we’re floating up so high
Cause you and I were meant to fly..

Listening the above song “You and I” by the world diva Celine Dion ,
I feel Celine bring us to fly higher than the clouds …
Chasing our dream …
To see the beautiful and peaceful world ..
Peace everywhere…

Here on this post , let me write about a great factory for making the luxury commercial jets.

Learjet is an American manufacturer of business jets for civilian and military use. It was founded in the late 1950s by William Powell Lear as Swiss American Aviation Corporation.

Learjet was one of the first companies to manufacture a private, luxury aircraft.

In 1990, Bombardier Aerospace purchased the Learjet Corporation. The aircraft were then marketed as the “Bombardier Learjet Family”.

On October 10, 1990, the Learjet 60 mid-sized aircraft had its first flight, followed on October 7, 1995 by the Learjet 45. In October 2007 Bombardier Learjet launched a brand new aircraft program, the Learjet 85. It was the first FAR Part-25 all-composite business aircraft.

A Learjet held the previous speed record for the journey from Los Angeles to Washington, D.C. at 4 hours 12 minutes, which was succeeded by the Lockheed SR-71 at 64 minutes.

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