The newest members of the hugely successful Learjet family of aircraft, dating back to as early as 1963, the Bombardier Learjet 70 and 75 are the most technologically advanced variant and offers unrivalled comfort and efficiency in the light jet category.
Manufactured by Bombardier Aerospace of Canada, the Learjet 70 and 75 are both derived from the earlier Learjet 40 and 45, production of which ended in 2013 when the 70 and 75 superseded.
With a typical capacity of eight passengers, the Learjet 70 and 75 offer a double club configuration, a feature unique in the light jet category.
A flat floor allows for greater comfort and ease of movement throughout the cabin and advanced Honeywell TFE731 turbofan engines offer reduced cabin noise. All of this combined with a state-of-the-art cabin management and entertainment system provides the perfect aircraft for flights of smaller groups and up to five hours in duration.
The newest variant of the Learjet 70 and 75 development is the Learjet 75 Liberty which features a reduced capacity of six passengers to offer greater cabin comfort and an increased maximum range of 2,080nm (3,850 km).