The Sabreliner began as the Air Force T-39, built to military specifications for strength, performance and flying qualities. In 1963, those same standards were incorporated into the world’s first twin-engine business jet, the Sabreliner Model 40. The Rockwell Sabreliner 40 can seat 4 – 6 passengers and has the ability to operate out of medium sized airports. Many of these popular business jets were built, and exported to countries outside the US.
Comfort & Size
Sabreliner 40 aircraft seat a maximum of six passengers in a spacious cabin.
– World’s first twin-engine business jet.
– Impressive cabin space
– Good flight performance
– Built-in washroom