Learjet 75

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Super Light Jets
Bombardier Aviation
Estimated Hourly Cost
Take-Off Distance
4,440 ft / 1,353 m
Landing Distance
2,660 ft / 811 m
,040 nm / 2,348 mi / 3,779 km
Max Cruise Speed
465 kt / 535 mph / 861 km/h
Cruising Altitude
51,000 ft / 15,545 m
Cabin Altitude
8,000 ft / 2,438 m
Cabin Height
4 ft 11 in / 1.50 m
Cabin Width
5 ft 1 in / 1.56 m
Cabin Length
19 ft 9 in / 6.02 m
Baggage Capacity
65 cu ft / 1.84 cu m

Requested Routes

Palm Beach International Airport, Palm Beach, FL (PBI / KPBI) to San Antonio International Airport, San Antonio, TX (SAT / KSAT)

Salt Lake City International Airport, Salt Lake City, UT (SLC / KSLC) to Chicago Midway International Airpot, Chicago, IL (MDW / KMDW)

Ben Gurion Airport, Tel Aviv, Israel (TLV / LLBG) to London Luton Airport, London, U.K. (LTN / EGGW)


While the Learjet name goes hand in hand with the heritage and origins of the private jet industry, Bombardier’s latest addition to the legendary Learjet family is built to carry on the name for decades to come. The Bombardier Learjet 75 is the next evolution of the well-known Learjet 45XR. In comparison to the Learjet 45XR, the Learjet 75 features enhanced avionics, redesigned winglets, and upgraded engines.On November 14, 2013, Bombardier acquired FAA approval for the Learjet 75, and deliveries began shortly thereafter. In June 2017, the 100th Learjet 75 was delivered. The Learjet 75 Liberty is a more affordable variant of the Learjet 75 and will be delivered for the first time in October 2020. There have been 142 Learjet 75 aircraft produced, with 141 in service and one at the manufacturer.The Learjet 75 is one of the fastest business aircraft in its class, with a range of 2,040 nautical miles and nonstop service to more major cities. Under ideal operational conditions, its Mach 0.81 (860 km/h) max cruising speed covers more ground than any other aircraft in its class. The aircraft’s two upgraded engines, along with forward-thinking aerodynamics, make it a champion of low operating costs, providing superior performance while consuming less fuel.

When approaching the Learjet 75, you’ll notice the aircraft builds on the elegant appearance and legendary performance of its predecessors with new canted winglets – inspired by the Learjet 28, the world’s first business jet with winglets – for increased aerodynamics and efficiency. Within the airplane, an entirely contemporary experience emerges that is as intuitive as it is sophisticated. The Learjet 75 boasts a flat-floor design, which is unique among its immediate competitors. On all floor designs, a redesigned galley pocket door increases privacy and creates a quieter cabin, while the double-club swivel seating delivers greater headroom, legroom, and movement than any competition. The galley offers increased storage and facilities, including a microwave option, dual ice drawers, and other catering capabilities greatly above the light jet norm. Sixteen windows round the cabin, offering enough natural light for a delightful journey. The Learjet 75’s cabin pressure difference enables it to maintain an 8,000-foot cabin altitude at its maximum certificated operating ceiling of 51,000 feet, alternatively, this private jet is capable of offering a refreshing cabin altitude of 6,300 feet at a 43,000-foot altitude.

Two Honeywell TFE731-40BR engines power the Learjet 75. At takeoff, each engine produces 3,850 pounds of thrust. At maximum takeoff weight, the Learjet 75 required a runway length of 4,440 feet. Even at full landing weight, the Learjet 75 requires only 2,660 feet of runway to land. Carbon brakes enable this private business jet to land on much shorter runways. The Learjet 75 can travel at 430 knots in its long-range cruising mode. In high-speed cruising mode, this private business jet can reach a top speed of 464 knots.

On the Learjet 75, Bombardier decided to equip it with the Vision flight deck. It is a market leader in business aviation and is standard on all current Learjet aircraft in production. It has integrated the Garmin G5000 glass avionics suite. It is acclaimed not just for its technological brilliance, but also for its ergonomic design, which minimizes pilot effort while increasing situational awareness. Three 14-inch wide-screen displays with a high resolution are fed by a variety of avionics, including Primary and Multifunction Flight Displays that give sophisticated in-flight information. Additionally, the Synthetic Vision Technology, the industry’s most advanced weather and terrain monitoring system, offers a more predictable and comfortable voyage.The aircraft’s niceTM HD Cabin Management System (CMS) combines innovation and accessibility by providing unfettered access to all cabin controls, media controls, and informative functions via seven-inch personal touch screens installed in each seat (each seat also has its own personal USB port). The forward cabin’s media center reads Blu-ray discs, DVDs, CDs, and data via USBs or HDMI, and can play content on any screen in the cabin.

The Learjet 75 is the most sophisticated business jet in its class, and also the most customized, courtesy of the Bombardier Learjet Completion Center in Wichita, Kansas. From bespoke cabinets to other high-end interior alterations, the Completion Center’s design team leverages a wealth of in-house experience to suit even the most exacting technical or aesthetic specifications. CharterJets Inc. features the newest and highest safety rated Learjet 75’s available. Reach out today to discuss your upcoming travel!

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