Bombardier has conducted low-speed taxi tests on the all-new, all-composite Learjet 85 business jet, with a first flight from Wichita expected “in the next few weeks,” says Guy Hachey, president of the Canadian manufacturer’s Aerospace division. Deliveries of the Learjet 75 have also begun following delayed certification of the revamped version of the super-light Learjet 45 in mid-November. After delays caused by integration issues with the Learjet 70/75’s new Garmin G5000 ...


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