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Learjet 85 gets wings

written by | November 20, 2012
The first Learjet 85 test aircraft is readied to receive its wings. (Bombardier)

The first Learjet 85 test aircraft has received its wings at Bombardier’s Wichita final assembly line.

The Learjet 85 is being pitched at the mid-size market and will be the largest Learjet yet produced. It is expected to begin flight testing in the first half of 2013 towards certification and entry into service later in 2013.

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