MONTREAL—Bombardier unveiled the new six-seat Learjet 75 Liberty this past summer—a revamped and lower-cost version of its iconic aircraft with fewer seats and options—and customer interest is strong, the company said. At $9.9 million, down from $13.8 million, the lower purchase price and lower operating costs are in line with competing products, officials say. The concept is simple, they say. Bombardier aims to reach a new segment of buyers.  The Learjet is known ...

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