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Profile: Bombardier Learjet 75

The Learjet 75 is a twin-engine business jet that is produced by Learjet, itself a subsidiary of Canadian manufacturer Bombardier. Despite the fact that Learjet’s parent company is Canadian— having been acquired by Bombardier on June 29, 1990— the company is based in Wichita, with production taking place at facilities located at Wichita’s Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport. Along with the Learjet 70, the Learjet 75 was launched by Bombardier on May 14, 2012, at the European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition, with both variants receiving FAA certification on Nov. 13, 2013. At the time of its launch, the Learjet 75—along with the Learjet 70—was promoted as including “a new modern design interior, a next generation cabin management system, the Vision Flight Deck with a state-of-the-art avionics suite, superior aircraft performance and low operating costs.” From a type certification standpoint, the Learjet 75 is based on the Model 45 Learjet, with it defined as being a Model 45 with a serial number in the 45-456 to 45-2000 range.

According to the FAA Type Certificate Data Sheet for the type, the maximum certified capacity of the Learjet 75 is 11, comprising the two required flight crew and nine passengers. Those passengers are accommodated in a cabin that is 19 ft. 10 in. long, 5 ft. 1 in. wide and 4 ft. 11 in. tall. Bombardier promotes...

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