The standard cabin layout Learjet 60 seats six passengers in a four-seat club with two additional forward-facing individual seats. The cabin is three inches wider than that of the 55C and is 43 inches longer by virtue of the fuselage stretch. The small half-lavatory of the 55 series is replaced by a full-size aft lavatory on the Learjet 60 and a larger galley is found on the forward starboard sidewall opposite the entry door. The aft baggage compartment, located beyond the lavatory, has also been increased in area to 59 cubic feet. The Learjet 60 is powered by two Pratt & Whitney Canada PW305A turbofan engines, each flat-rated to 4,600 pounds of thrust to +17 C. This flat-rating leaves plenty of temperature margin for maintaining rated takeoff thrust under hot and high conditions and reduces the thermal stress on the engine for increased reliability. Inspection interval on the engines is 6,000 hours.
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