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The Learjet 35 is a development of the Learjet 25 with Garrett turbofans offering lower noise and greater fuel economy.  The first 35 flew in 1973.  In 1984, the U.S. Air Force acquired 84 Learjet 35s (designated C-21A) as operational support aircraft.

The Learjet 36 is a 35 trading two seats for additional fuel for non-stop capability across the North Atlantic.

 
 Specifications (36A)  Designations
 
Type: Corporate
Seats: six (eight for the Learjet 35)
Engine: two 3,500 lb (1588 kg) thrust Garrett TFE731-2-2B turbofans
Learjet 35: eight-seat version
Learjet 36: long range version
C-21: U.S. Military designation for cargo/passenger airlift version 
 
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Airliners.net: Learjet 35, 36, 31
 
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