Lee Aerospace has begun offering FAA-approved aftermarket windshields for the Bombardier Learjet 55 and 60 to help alleviate the limited availability of these parts, particularly on the latter model whose windshield includes a heated crew shield. The Wichita-based supplier is also the OEM for the types’ cabin windows.
Installation of the windshields can be performed by Lee’s team of FAA-certified window repair technicians, which the company said are strategically located across the U.S. Lee estimates that 393 Learjet 55/60s are still flying.
“We continuously evaluate the market need and look for opportunities to expand our inventory,” said Lee director of aftermarket sales and service Ely Luna. “The addition of the Lear 55/60 windshields was a natural choice because we already make the cabin windows for the aircraft.”
In addition to offering commercial, business, and general aviation aircraft window manufacturing, repair, and installation, Lee specializes in complex aerostructure assemblies and composite manufacturing programs.