Many people suggest that all of today’s private jet aircraft look the same, that aircraft designers emulate the designs of competing companies. There’s an element of truth to that. However, most designers keep one part of the airplane same design after design – the nose. It’s arguably the most distinguishable and recognizable part of an airplane. For example, compare the nose of Learjet’s very first commercial business jet, the Learjet 23, to their current designs today and you’ll see they’re virtually identical.
Take a look at today’s most recognizable private jet schnozes.
What’s my favorite business jet profile? The Learjet 24.