Bombardier Launches Learjet 75 Liberty

Bombardier Learjet 75 photographed on May 1, 2019 at KTRM

Earlier today, Bombardier announced the launch of its new Learjet 75 Liberty business jet, opening an new frontier for the iconic Learjet and continuing the Learjet legacy of innovation in the light jet segment.  It is expected to enter service in 2020.   It will be built and delivered from Bombardier’s Learjet facility in Wichita, Kansas.

The Learjet 75 Liberty aircraft is certified to the more stringent Part 25 regulations of the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration — applicable to commercial airliners — unlike most competitors in the light jet category that are certified to Part 23 regulations.

Among the aircraft highlights are: 

  • The Learjet 75 Liberty represents a “step-up” for light jet operators, delivering better performance for the same operating costs as the competition.
  • Newest Learjet gives light jet passengers the freedom to stretch out in a six-seat configuration in the category’s longest cabin.
  • With a list price of $9.9 million U.S., the Learjet 75 Liberty puts the world’s best light jet within reach of more customers than ever.
  • The Learjet 75 Liberty  is certified to the more stringent Part 25 regulations of the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration — applicable to commercial airliners — unlike most competitors in the light jet category that are certified to Part 23 regulations.

According to David Coleal, President, Bombardier Aviation:  “The Learjet 75 Liberty represents a step up for customers in the light jet segment, with unprecedented spaciousness and Bombardier’s renowned smooth ride,” adding “the newest member of the Learjet family delivers a flight experience that eclipses the competition.”

https://businessaircraft.bombardier.com/en/introducing-the-new-learjet-75-liberty

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