|Country:|| United States of America|
|First flight:||16 September 1958|
|Series:||CT-39A: T-39A modified as a cargo and personnel transport
CT-39E: United States Navy cargo/transport version
CT-39G: United States Navy cargo/transport version based on the stretched fuselage Sabreliner 60
Sabreliner 40: Civil production variant two cabin windows each side; 65 built.
Sabreliner 40A: Model 40 with Model 75 wings, improved systems and two CF700 turbofans
Sabreliner 60: Stretched Model 40 for 12 passengers with two JT12A-8 engines; 130 built.
Sabreliner 65: Series 60 with TFE731-3R-1D engines and new Mark V super-critical wing, 76 built.
Sabreliner 70: Renamed Sabreliner 75 after 1971
Sabreliner 75: Series 60A with a raised cabin roof for greater cabin headroom; 9 built.
Sabreliner 75A: Sabreliner 75 powered by two CF700 turbofan engines; 66 built.
Sabreliner 80: Same as 75A
T-39A: Pilot proficiency trainer and utility transport for USAF; 143 built
T-39D: Radar systems trainer for the United States Navy
T-39N: Navy trainer for the Undergraduate Flight Officer Training program.
|Propulsion:||2 jet engines|
|Maximum number of passengers:||10|
|Maximum take-off mass:||10910 kg|
|ICAO Mass group:||3|