Bombardier Learjet 75 Liberty Enters Service Written 7 October 2020


Cockpit of a Learjet 75. | Matti Blume Wikipedia; CC BY-SA 4.0

FlightGlobal reports that Bombardier’s Learjet 75 Liberty “has entered service, a milestone coming 15 months after the Montreal-based company launched the updated variant.” The Liberty “has six seats – two fewer than a typical 75 layout – including two ‘executives suites’ in front and four club seats aft. The jet’s cabin measures 6m (19ft 10in) long, and its cockpit has Garmin G5000 avionics.” Bombardier also increased Liberty’s “maximum zero-fuel weight to 7,480kg (16,500lb), up from the standard 75’s 7,260kg weight.” The aircraft “has a 2,080nm (3,850km)-range (with six people aboard), 40nm more than the baseline 75.”
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