Learjet 60

The Next Generation of Air Ambulance

The Learjet 60 stands out as an elegantly crafted mid-size jet, making it an exceptional option for mid-to-long haul medevac journeys. This jet is best known for its incredible speed for its size, economic output, and good handling characteristics.

Due to its higher operating altitudes (certified to fly at 51,000ft), the Learjet is able to climb above disruptive weather conditions and avoid air traffic. This provides a smooth flight while also being able to fly patients on the most direct route, making it one of the fastest midsized jets on the market.

As we have multiple crewing, this jet has the capability to retrieve a patient from Asia-Pacific without a duty rest, or further afield without the need to overnight with the patient or perform a wing-to-wing transfer.

A Versitile Jet

Base – 2 in Brisbane 
           – 1 in Singapore
Doctor and Nurse team
           – up to 2 companions
Inbuilt Oxygen – 3,500L
Jet – Mid to Long-range jet
Stretcher – Single or Dual
Learjet 60 Air Ambulance internal configuration for single or dual stretcher on a medevac

Our Learjet 60 aircrafts have an impressive list of specifications:

  • Range – 2,300 nm / 4,259 km / 2,646 mi
  • Maximum Air Speed – 457 kts / 846 kmh / 525 mph
  • Maximum Cruising Altitude – 51,000 ft / 15,544 m
  • Quality engineering and design
  • Highest level of performance and precision, speed and safety
  • Fully-equipped air ambulance
  • On-board private bathroom
  • Pressurised cabin
  • APU and air-conditioning
Map sketch for Medevac.Flight Learjet 60 Base show the comapny can travel worldwide for air ambulance
MEDEVAC.FLIGHTS collaborates with premier private jet operators in Australia. Our fleet features a diverse range of air ambulances to suit your specific medevac requirements.

The Falcon 900, based in Sydney, is a single-stretcher aircraft ideal for longer medevacs or when large medical teams are required for complex cases. This aircraft requires more lead time for missions.

The Citation CJ4 and CJ2 aircraft are well-regarded choices for air ambulance services. Based on the Sunshine Coast, Australia these jets backup and compliment our aircraft offering.


Turbo prop planes are also available for specific missions where cost is prohibitive or there is a need to access smaller airports for rapid response in remote locations, including unsealed tarmacs.