Bjoern

Learjet 35 reference docs (charts, checklists)

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It might be good to have a place to collect everything regarding reference documentation for the real (and simulated) Learjet.

 

 

Normal checklists:

http://www.mrmoo.net/pilot/LR35/Lear%2035%20-%20N600DT%20Normals%20Checklist.pdf

http://tomgorski.com/asr/Lear/LR35_Checklist_ATI.PDF

 

Folder with checklists, maneuvering charts, panel art and more:

http://www.mrmoo.net/pilot/LR35/

 

Checklists and quick reference manual (including abnormals):

http://documents.tips/documents/2008-checklist-learjet-35a-ch-2.html

(Remove the single quotation marks from the file name when downloading.)

 

 

 

And why we should be glad that we're only flying the armchair rendition:

http://www.airliners.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=774999

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Read the Airliners.net thread! You're right Bjoern; it's a good thing we're flying this thing -in our own comfy chairs. Those pilots sound miserable.

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Hi Folks,

 

OK - this is still a complete work in progress... I have more work planned and I'll output it to a more usable format when done...

 

My TAS OpenOffice spreadsheet is what I've used for years to convert the RW performance information from FltPlan.com to a format usable to create an FSBuild profile... Many of the aircraft I've done are on it - the Learjet is the last "tab" to the right - has Climb, Cruise, and Descent profiles... All profiles are based on a Standard Day...

 

The other document is an Excel spreadsheet I've been using to create a checklist and some limited tabular performance data.... It has three tabs - Summary, Performance, and Checklist.... It's an amalgamated reference pulled from a bunch of different sources - including sampling the AFM performance charts... I had envisioned possibly swapping out the kneeboard data from FSW with this....

 

https://www.dropbox.com/s/44rj4ss6uoevj5k/LJ35A.zip?dl=0

 

Regards,
Scott


Hi Folks,

 

This is a link someone kindly shared earlier in the forum for the full blown AFM for the Lear 35....

 

Lear 35 AFM (Approved Flight Manual)

https://www.dropbox....35 AFM.pdf?dl=0

 

Regards,

Scott

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Hi Bjoern,

That last link in your first post was a great find - I haven't seen that before and it includes tabular performance tables - even for cruise... Sure beats trying to draw lines on fuzzy graphs I can hardly make out - which I have been doing...
:wink:

Regards,
Scott

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Thanks Bjoern, for the airliners.net link.

 

I laughed out loud when I read this...

 

" I don't know how something so small could be so loud but I say that about my wife too."

 

I also liked the bit about the steering...Mr.Toad hopping from side to side...:-) Priceless anecdotes!

 

Cheers

 

David

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I can relate a little bit to the airliners.net discussion.  I got to sit in the cockpit of an older Lear25 about a year ago at Front Range Airport (KFTG) which is just a few miles east of KDEN. I'm about 5'9'' tall and getting into the left seat was a struggle to say the least. A friend with me who is about 6'2'' gave up trying to get into the seat. My initial impression was everything had been scaled down to 3/4 normal size. I think my Saitek yoke might be larger than the Lear25 yoke, or so it seemed.

 

In any case, given the relentless and demanding quest here for absolute realism down to the smallest detail, and the comments in the airliners.net thread about "Lear Rear", I propose that anytime we fly the Lear35A we must use a small, straight back, armless, bare wooden chair (oak -- or other hardwood)  as our seat!  :wink:

 

Al

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In any case, given the relentless and demanding quest here for absolute realism down to the smallest detail, and the comments in the airliners.net thread about "Lear Rear", I propose that anytime we fly the Lear35A we must use a small, straight back, armless, bare wooden chair (oak -- or other hardwood)  as our seat!

 

LOL!:-)

 

They mention many things that we see in the Flysimware Lear. Good job we don't have that stick puller/pusher, imagine the posts on here?

 

I am beginning to think they got this simulation spot on!;) Its great reading this anecdotal stuff, every simulation dev should consult them first!

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I've compiled a four-page quick reference card for the virtual Learjet. Check the modifications thread.

 

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On 1/2/2017 at 6:17 PM, Bjoern said:

 

And why we should be glad that we're only flying the armchair rendition:

http://www.airliners.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=774999

After reading the posted link I quickly came to the conclusion that the author's knowledge and recollection of a Learjet was based on complete and utter nonsense.

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15 hours ago, CW46 said:

After reading the posted link I quickly came to the conclusion that the author's knowledge and recollection of a Learjet was based on complete and utter nonsense.

Different strokes for different folks, I guess.

If you've got other experiences with the aircraft, I'd love to hear them! Can't have enough real pilot stories.

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