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Flying the Classic Learjet is a training manual published by Peter Condon for use by pilots planning to undergo training in the Learjet 35A/36A aircraft and for experienced Learjet pilots wishing to refresh their knowledge of the aircraft's systems. After 23 years as a pilot in the RAAF Peter started flying the civilian Learjet in 1991, and in 1996 he became an Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority Approved Learjet Check and Training pilot with a company providing Defence Support flying for the Australian Department of Defence. He saw the need for a Learjet manual for new pilots and produced this manual which he completed in 2002. The manual was last updated in 2010. This is a manual for pilots by a pilot.