The Learjet 75 is a development from the Learjet 40. Improvements include TFE 731-40BR engines, canted winglets derived from Bombardier’s Global jets, and Garmin G5000 avionics. The new engines allow the Lear to climb faster and have better short-field and high density-altitude performance. Fuel efficiency is expected to improve 4 percent as an added bonus.
The Learjet 75 is a longer cabin version of the Learjet 70, but both cabins have sidewall cutouts for extra storage and modern seats and headliner. Added comforts for passengers include the Lufthansa Nice HD cabin management and entertainment system, with 7” monitors at each seating position, and uniform sound-producing transducers in place of speakers throughout.
345 cubic feet
1,290 nautical miles
74 cubic feet