The first flight of Bombardier’s prototype Learjet 45 aircraft took place on October 7, 1992. Equipped with a four-screen Honeywell Primus 1000 EFIS avionics system and powered by two FADEC-controlled Honeywell TFE731-20 engines, the Learjet 45 is the first among equals when it comes to speed, endurance, and comfort. Seating up to eight passengers, it delivers a considerable non-stop range of 2,100 miles at an impressive speed of 534 mph. The Learjet 45 is a popular choice among elite (and more vertiginous) travelers who prioritize cabin size (19.9 feet long, 5.0 feet high), especially when it comes to head and shoulder room. Elegant interiors and a myriad of in-flight amenities ensure around-the-clock comfort and connectivity.