STANDARD MODEL: $ 13,800,000
LEARJET 75 LIBERTY : $ 9,900,000
The last airplane carrying the heritage of business aviation pioneer William P. Lear, the Bombardier Wichita, Kansas assembled Learjet 75 continues a tradition of high-performance jets featuring high-speed cruise of Mach 0.81 and an operating ceiling of 51,000 ft.
The Learjet 75 is the third iteration of the 1998 Model 45. Featuring more efficient winglets, a higher thrust engines upgrade and a new Garmin G5000 based cockpit. In 2019 Bombardier announced a scoped down six-seats version called Learjet 75 Liberty with a price tag of $9.9M allowing for an entry-level offering. This version moves a number of traditionally standard features like auxiliary power unit and the lavatory sink to the options catalog.
|4 Passengers Range*||2,080 nm|
|Maximum Speed||Mach 0.81|
|High Speed Cruise||Mach 0.79|
|Long Range Cruise||Mach 0.76|
|Takeoff Distance||4,440 ft|
|Landing Distance||2,296 ft|
|Maximum Cruise Altitude||51,000 ft|
|Initial Cruise Altitude||45,000 ft|
*LRC, NBAA IFR, 100 nm Alternate, 2 Pilots
|Maximum Takeoff||21,500 lb|
|Maximum Landing||19,200 lb|
|Maximum Zero Fuel||16,500 lb|
|Basic Operating||13,598 lb|
|Usable Fuel||6,062 lb|
|Maximum Payload||2,902 lb|
|Maximum Payload/Full Fuel||–|
The long flat floor cabin of the Learjet 75 is designed for ultimate comfort and elegance. Designed to accommodate eight executive seats in a double-club configuration, the standard configuration is equipped with a forward galley opposite to the entry door and an aft lavatory with its own window and a belted seat. A rare feature in the light jets’ category is the forward pocket door between the cockpit and the cabin allowing for more privacy and noise reduction. The Cabin management system uses the advanced Lufthansa Technik’s NICE® System.
The Learjet 75 vision cockpit is based on Garmin G5000 integrated avionics suite. It features three high-resolution 14-inch displays and two touch screen controllers complemented with an integrated standby display.