Learjet 75, Bombardier’s marketing name for Learjet 45-456 and subsequent units, has been in production since November 2013 and flies higher, faster and farther than competitive light jets. It’s actually a mid-light aircraft offering a flat floor, a 415-cu.-ft. cabin with double-club seating for eight passengers, an externally serviced toilet and a standard APU.  It’s the only aircraft in its class with a full-tanks/full-seats useful load and the only aircraft in ...


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