Bombardier’s new Learjet 75 jet came to life for the first time last month. Bombardier on Friday announced the first production model of its new Learjet 75 will debut this month at the European Business Aviation Conference and Exhibition in Geneva, Switzerland. The new Learjet 75 soars high above the competition, literally. This brand new private jet is an upgraded version of the Learjet 45. The new design was first announced at EBACE in May 2012, along with the Learjet 70, an upgraded version of the Learjet 40. This year we will see it come to life!
The Learjet 75 business jet boasts two powerful Honeywell engines that allow the aircraft to climb 45,000 feet at an incredible pace, delivering smooth and direct flights that fly far above commercial traffic routes. The Learjet 75 offers state-of-the-art avionics, a high definition cabin management system, an iPod interface and luxurious interior that suits up to 6 comfortably. From coast to coast or country to country, the Learjet can provide you with optimal flight efficiency that exceeds every expectation. Get ready to take advantage of this exceptional private aircraft.
– Height: 4′ 11″
-forward club seating (6)
– 2 Honeywell TFE731-40BR engines
– Takeoff thrust of 3,850 lbs (17.1 kN)
-High-Speed Cruise: 535 MPH
-Long-Range Speed: 497 MPH
-Standard Operating Weight: 13,715 lbs.
-7″ touch screen displays