The Learjet 55 and 60 windshields are the latest FAA-approved aftermarket offering available at Lee Aerospace. This addition is exciting news, especially for the Learjet 60 owners, whose windshields have been in high demand due to limited availability. Lee Aerospace is also the OEM for the Learjet 55 and 60 cabin windows.
While the two models have different hole configurations, the primary difference is that the Lear 60 windshield includes a heated crew shield.
Installation of these labor-intensive windshields can be completed by Lee Aerospace’s aircraft window experts, a dedicated team of FAA-certified Window Repair Technicians strategically positioned throughout the US. No matter where the aircraft is located, Lee Aerospace technicians are available 24/7, so they can reach customers anywhere in the world.
For further information on Lee Aerospace or to order a Lear 55 or 60 model windshield or cabin window, call 316-636-9200.
About Lee Aerospace Inc. – Lee Aerospace was founded in 1989 by owner and President Jim Lee. Headquartered in Wichita, KS, Lee Aerospace started as a production facility for Boeing 737/757 cabin windows and has grown through the years. Today Lee Aerospace includes advanced aerospace transparency design, an FAA and EASA Certified Repair Station, offering window repair and installation, significant and complex aerostructure assemblies, and composite manufacturing programs for some of the largest aircraft manufacturers in the world. Lee Aerospace is a proven OEM supplier to major aircraft manufacturers and reliable aftermarket support to general and business aviation. Lee Aerospace is an ISO AS9100D and NADCAP accredited aviation supplier.