Dale Earnhardt Jr’s Jet



Dale Earnhardt Jr’s Learjet 60

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When Dale Earnhardt Jr takes off for a NASCAR race he flies off on his own private Learjet 60.

The 60 XR is top of the line in the Bombardier Learjet fleet. Most people who own one say they prefer it over a Gulfstream V. This airplane is flown by private jet charter flight services worldwide. If you’re flying with a jet card ask about a Learjet 60.

The Learjet 60 XR features all digital Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21 avionics, Automatic Altitude Heading Reference System, IFIS flight instrumentation with electronic charts, WXR 840 weather radar, TCAS II traffic collision avoidance system, and Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System with windshear alert.

Many consider the Learjet 60 XR to be the ultimate midsize private jet. Fly on a Gulfstream and compare the difference.

Learjet comfort

It’s spacious cabin features a wide center aisle and plush, oversize leather seats the size you would find in business class on a commercial airliner.

But, what sets the Lear 60 XR apart is it’s standing room cabin. On most private planes you’ll be ducking your head until you reach your seat. The 60 XR has 5.71 feet of cabin height.

The facing seat configuration makes in-flight meetings a breeze. Fold-away tabletops make an excellent workspace, or just a place for a friendly card game.

With a range of 2,451 miles you can cross continents with ease. Most flights on this private jet will not require a stop for fuel.

This plane flies and operates for a fraction of the cost of a Gulfstream V.

The Lear 60 XR is powered by twin Pratt & Whitney Turbofan engines that generate a remarkable 4,600 lbs. of thrust. This jet will take off in 5,450 feet, and land in 3,420 feet, making it well suited for many private executive jet airports.

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The jet before the custom paint N8JR at Tara Field Photo courtesy John Snyder

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