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Learjet 35/36 CBT pilot training online.

Learjet 35/36 CBT

Start your Learjet 35/36 pilot training online with our CBT. Featuring system simulators and detailed briefings. Request a free trial!

CBT Topics

1. Aircraft General
2. Master Warning
3. Electrial
4. Fuel
5. Powerplant
6. Fire Protection
7. Pneumatics
8. Ice & Rain Protection
9. Air Conditioning
10. Pressurization
11. Hydraulic Power
12. Landing Gear
13. Flight Controls
14. Avionics
15. Oxygen

Systems Overview

The Learjet 35/36 is powered by two Garrett TFE731-2-2B engines, each producing 3,500 lb of static thrust at sea level. Total usable fuel for the Model 35 is 6,238 lb and 7,440 lb for the Model 36. Electrical power is supplied by two engine-driven generators rated at 30 VDC and 400 amps (regulated to 28.8 V). Ice and rain protection is provided by bleed air anti-icing for the windshield, wings, engines and horizontal stabilizer. Cabin pressurization maintains 8.9 psid, or for later models 9.2 psid, which results in a 6,700-foot cabin when cruising 45,000 ft. The hydraulic system is a 1,550 psi system that powers the landing gear, flaps, speedbrakes and thrust reversers.