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The Learjet 75, which first flew in 2011, has been introduced as a replacement to the Learjet 45. A new flight deck, winglets and engines are some of its features that transition into an overall smoother flight experience for the passengers. At a maximum altitude of 15,545 meters, you will be flying in serenity above traffic and bad weather to arrive swiftly at your destination.
With partial transcontinental capability, the Learjet 75 can connect Las Vegas and Orlando or Portland and Detroit. With this fairly recent addition to their ever popular Learjet family, Bombardier is looking to prove to its competitors that it still has a word to say in the Light Jets segment. Available in a 6 or 8 seats configuration, the cabin is fully customizable depending on the flyers wishes.
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Luggage capacity: 1,84m3