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Show provides first chance to see the LR75 Liberty
The Learjet 75 Liberty is the latest member of the Learjet family and was unveiled this summer. It is generating interest in the market thanks to a top speed of Mach 0.81, and will enter service in 2020.
Bombardier has introduced a number of new cabin innovations including the ‘executive suite’.

Bombardier will showcase the Learjet 75 Liberty, the newest member of its Learjet family, with a full-size interior mock-up at the 2019 NBAA-BACE in Las Vegas, Nevada. This marks the world debut of the type.

“This mock-up will show light jet customers just how spacious and comfortable our newest Learjet is,” says senior VP of worldwide sales and marketing Peter Likoray. “The Learjet 75 Liberty offers a larger cabin and superior performance for the same price as competitors, and it's certified to a higher safety standard.”

Customers attending NBAA-BACE will also be eligible for promotional launch offers on the Learjet 75 Liberty.

The Liberty debuts the segment's first ‘executive suite’, a spacious area at the front of the cabin with two forward-facing seats and three feet of legroom. Passengers can stretch out on stowable ottomans or open up laptops on large, retractable side tables. Located behind a standard forward pocket door, the suite has been designed for busy executives.

Visitors to the Learjet 75 Liberty mock-up can also experience the Club Suite, with a four-seat configuration, large side tables and plenty of storage.

The latest member of the iconic Learjet family was unveiled earlier this summer and is generating strong interest on the market. It is expected to enter service in 2020.

The Learjet 75 Liberty has a top speed of Mach 0.81 and a range of 2,080 nm, meaning it can connect Las Vegas to New York, Seattle to Washington, D.C., and Mexico City to San Francisco, nonstop. It features the advanced Bombardier Vision flight deck, and includes the recently announced Garmin G5000 avionics upgrade.

Bombardier will also showcase its flagship Global 7500 aircraft, the newly-certified Global 6500 aircraft, as well as the Challenger 350 and Challenger 650 aircraft at NBAA-BACE.

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