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Learjet 35 —
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Learjet 35 —



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This is either a Learjet 35 or 36. Though it is a great picture, Marvin, I can't see the number of Sump drains to determine which model it is. For argument sake, you could call it a LJ-35 so it is collected in the Learjet set of pictures.
Two underwing hardpoints. If the trailing edge flaps are extended beyond 26 degrees, then the spoilerons are active for enhanced lateral control...
Sidney Smith
Still a great shape for an airplane, I love tip tanks! Great shot.


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