LR-35 trip

PA-44typed

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Lear 35 in Mexico



LR-35 Font office



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Grand Canyon from 41,000 feet

We parked next to him in Long Beech
 

NJT916

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Great photos! I must say, the canyon looks different from FL410 in a Lear when compared to my view from 7500 in the Twin Otter. Honestly, I think I'll take your view.

On a side note, the B-17 pic is great. When I was at KGCN (Grand Canyon) the other day, there was a rumor a B-17 was diverting there for maintenance issues. Wonder if it was the same plane....

-Nick
 

av8or91

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Nice pics and it also looks like you have an awesome job.

Just curious, you fly the lear 31 and 35, does the LR-JET type allow you to operate any lear?
 

PA-44typed

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The “LR-Jet type” rating allows pilots to fly the LR 23, 24, 25, 28, 29, 31, 31A, 35, 36 and 55. The Lear 40 and 45 share a type rating and the Lear 60 is its own type. I fly the 31A, 35, and the 55.
 
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