The FAA has certified the Learjet 75, clearing the way for deliveries to formally begin. The approval, which came Nov. 14, had been slowed by delays in certification of the Garmin 5000 avionics panel and more recently by the government shutdown. The first customers of the new Learjets are banker and real estate mogul Louis Beck and London Air Services, a charter operator. Fractional operator FlexJet is also expected to begin taking delivery soon. Certification of the smaller Learjet 70 ...
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