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Learjet 70/75

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19   Charter operators    18   Maintenance centres    1   ATO training organisations   

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Overview

Bombardier’s Learjet 70 and 75 are updated versions of the earlier Learjet 40/45 series, that incorporate technology developed in the creation of the Learjet 85. The 70 and 75 have canted winglets, Garmin G5000 avionics and are powered by two 3,850 lbf Honeywell TFE731-40BR turbofans. Thus they offer faster climb times, better short field performance and improved hot and high capabilities than their predecessors.

The cabin of the Learjet 70 is 17 ft 8 ins long and seats up to seven passengers; that of the Learjet 75 measures 19 ft 10 ins and seats up to nine. They have a pocket door and the 50 cu ft external baggage hold is heated but not pressurised.

The Learjet 70 and 75 were announced at EBACE in 2012. FAA type certification was granted on 14 November, 2013, they entered service in December, and EASA certification followed in September 2014.

Production of the Learjet 70 was temporarily discontinued in 2016.

In June 2019, Bombardier launched the Learjet 75 Liberty, a six passenger model with fewer seats, no auxiliary power unit, external lighting or lavatory sink. The Part 25 certified aircraft had a purchase price of under $10m and entered service on 13 October, 2020.

On 12 February, 2021 Bombardier announced it would end production of all Learjet aircraft by the end of the year.

Specifications
  • Typical passenger capacity:   8
  • Range:   1,849 nm (full seats)
  • Cruise speed:   437 kts
  • Cabin height:   4.75 ft
  • Cabin width:   5.08 ft
  • Cabin length:   19.67 ft
  • Cabin volume:   417 cu ft
  • Active fleet worldwide:   148
  • Available for charter worldwide:   42
  • Typical price:   $5,500,000 to $13,800,000 pre-owned. LR75 Liberty $9,900,000 new.
  • Production dates:   2013 - 2021
  • Upgraded version of Learjet 40/45 series with Honeywell TFE731-40-BR engines, Garmin 5000 avionics, new interior and winglets. Includes 70, 75 and Liberty variants

  • Engines:   Honeywell TFE731-20/-40/-50/-60 Series
Variant types
World fleetCharter fleetTypical paxCabin volumeCruiseRangeYears
Learjet 70 14 6 6 373 cu ft 436 kts 1,832 nm 2013 - current
Learjet 75 134 36 8 418 cu ft 437 kts 1,548 nm 2013 - current

 

Charter operators
Canada Flightpath Charter Airways , London Air Services , Skyservice Business Aviation , Starlink Aviation
Mexico Aerolineas Ejecutivas , ARE Aviation
U.S.A. Advanced Air , Basin Aviation , Clay Lacy Aviation , Delta Private Jets , Flightstar Corporation , Jackson Air Charter , Jet Air Charter , JetRight Air Management , L.J. Aviation , Northern Jet Management , Omni Air Transport , SpiritJets , Wing Aviation Charter Services
Maintenance centres
Canada Flying Colours Corp. , Skyservice Business Aviation Services , Starlink Aviation
Mexico ALE Service Center
U.S.A. Avmats , Bombardier Aircraft Services (Fort Lauderdale) , Bombardier Aircraft Services (Hartford) , Bombardier Aircraft Services (Tucson) , Bombardier Aircraft Services (Wichita) , Elliott Aviation , Flightstar Corporation , Flying Colours Corp. , JetEXE Aviation , JetRight Aviation Maintenance , Mather Aviation , Omni Aircraft Maintenance , Sunrise Jets , West Star Aviation
Completions centres
Canada Bombardier Laurent Beaudoin Completion Centre
U.S.A. Bombardier Aircraft Services (Dallas) , Bombardier Aircraft Services (Fort Lauderdale) , Bombardier Aircraft Services (Hartford) , Bombardier Aircraft Services (Tucson) , Bombardier Aircraft Services (Wichita) , Elliott Aviation , Fargo Jet Center , Flightstar Corporation , Rose-Wood Aircraft Completions
Type rating training providers
U.S.A. CAE Dallas
News from Business Air News
Learjet death knell may have been sounding for some time
February 22, 2021
Orders have waned for the Learjet 70 model leaving only the Learjet 75 to carry the torch for the division. Tepid sales have forced Bombardier to cancel the line in favour of the pricier Challenger and Global series.
Bombardier bringing Learjet production to an end
February 12, 2021
Bombardier will end production of Learjet aircraft later this year, allowing the company to focus on its more profitable Challenger and Global aircraft families and accelerate the expansion of its customer services.
Alex Lyon & Son first in line for Learjet 75 Liberty
October 12, 2020
The Learjet 75 Liberty's six-seat configuration features a suite where passengers can stretch out thanks to 89 cms of legroom. Alex Lyon & Son has enjoyed excellent dispatch reliability from Bombardier products.
Press Releases
Bombardier Aviation takes the show to customers with innovative virtual event05/10/2020
Flightstar receives FAA approval for Gogo Avance L5 in Learjet 40/70 series14/09/2020
Bombardier to display full-size interior mock-up of new Learjet 75 Liberty in Scottsdale, Arizona18/12/2019

 

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