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Bombardier Learjet 75

2013 – 2019

Key Facts

  • The Bombardier Learjet 75 is a Light jet manufactured by Bombardier between 2013 and 2019.
  • The Bombardier Learjet 75 is powered by two Honeywell TFE731-40BR engines, resulting in an hourly fuel burn of 199 Gallons per Hour.
  • Capable of cruising at up to 465 knots, the Bombardier Learjet 75 can fly non-stop for up to 2040 nautical miles.
  • The aircraft can carry up to 9 passengers.
  • The Bombardier Learjet 75 has an estimated hourly charter price of $3500, with a new list price of $13.8 million at the time of manufacture.

Overview & History

The Bombardier Learjet 75 is the newest derivative of the popular Learjet 45XR. Compared to the Learjet 45XR, the Learjet 75 has improved avionics, redesigned winglets yielding better fuel efficiency, and upgraded engines.

As of December 2020, 23% of Learjet 75 aircraft were purchased pre-owned by their current owners, the other 77% new.

3.5% are for sale with all of those under an exclusive broker agreement. When for sale the average time on the market is 263 days.

Bombardier received FAA certification for the Learjet 75 on November 14 2013 and deliveries began shortly thereafter.

The 100th Learjet 75 was delivered in June 2017. The Learjet 75 Liberty is a lower-cost version of the Learjet 75 model and was first delivered in October 2020.

A total of 142 Learjet 75 aircraft have been built with 141 in operation and 1 at the manufacturer.

Bombardier Learjet 75 Performance

The Learjet 75 comes equipped with two Honeywell TFE731-40BR engines. Each engine is rated at 3,850 pounds of thrust at takeoff.

The Learjet 75 requires 4,440 feet of runway to take off at maximum takeoff weight.

To land, the Learjet 75 needs just 2,660 feet of runway, even at maximum landing weight. In addition to its carbon brakes, which allow this private business jet to access shorter runways, the Learjet 75 features a maximum certified service ceiling of 51,000 feet and a range of 2,040 nautical miles.

The Learjet 75 features a maximum certificated service ceiling of 51,000 feet with an initial cruise altitude, which this private business jet is capable of attaining at its maximum takeoff weight, of 45,000 feet.

In a long-range cruise configuration, the Learjet 75 is capable of maintaining an airspeed of 430 knots.

In a high-speed cruise configuration, this private business jet is capable of maintaining an airspeed of 464 knots.

Bombardier Learjet 75 Interior

The cabin of the Learjet 75 is typically configured to accommodate six to nine passengers.

The cabin of the Learjet 75 measures 19.8 feet in length, reaches 4.9 feet in height, and stretches a maximum width of 5.1 feet. This private business jet features 65 cubic feet of baggage storage.

While only 15 cubic feet of storage is accessible in flight, the remaining 50 cubic feet of external storage space is heated. Sixteen windows surround the cabin, providing ample light for a relaxing flight.

With its cabin pressure differential, the Learjet 75 is capable of maintaining a cabin altitude of 8,000 feet at its maximum certificated service ceiling of 51,000 feet.

This private business jet is also capable of providing a comfortable cabin altitude of 6,300 feet at an altitude of 43,000 feet.

Amenities included in this private business jet are; a belted lavatory capable of accommodating a passenger, a full galley, and an in-flight entertainment system.


The avionics system selected for the Learjet 75 is the Garmin G5000 glass integrated avionics suite. Incorporated into this highly advanced system are three touchscreen high-resolution 14.1-inch display screens, which work in conjunction with 5.7-inch controllers for intuitive control.

Each display screen is capable of functioning independently as either a primary flight display (PFD) or a multifunction display (MFD) and features a multi-pane mode to display PFD and MFD information side by side.

One feature of this suite is the Bombardier Vision synthetic vision technology, which can be synced to a heads-up display for the pilots to see additional information regarding their environment.

Other systems incorporated in this suite include automatic flight guidance and control systems, a digital audio system, dual flight management systems (FMSs), a solid-state weather radar, and a graphical flight planner.

Bombardier Learjet 75 Charter Cost

The cost to charter this jet starts at around $3,250 an hour.

Hourly charter rates do not include all taxes, fuel, and other fees. Charter costs will vary based on year of make/model, schedule, routing, passenger & baggage totals, and other factors.

Purchase Price

The acquisition cost for this jet typically ranges from $13 million.

The price of a jet depends on the production year; it can also go above the given range if the production is new.

It will cost buyers around $1 million per year which includes fuel, crew members, and maintenance, etc.

The price of a pre-owned example can be within $6-9 million.






Range: 2,040 nm Number of Passengers: 9 Baggage Capacity: 65 Cubic Feet
Cruise Speed: 465 knots Cabin Pressure: 9.3 PSI Max Take-Off Weight: 21,500 lbs
Ceiling: 51,000 feet Cabin Altitude: 8,000 feet Max Landing Weight: 19,200 lbs
Take-Off Distance: 4,440 feet Production Start: 2013
Landing Distance: 2,660 feet Production End: 2019




Exterior Length: 58 feet Engine Manufacturer: Honeywell
Exterior Height: 14 feet Engine Model: TFE731-40BR
Wingspan: 50 feet Fuel Burn: 199 Gallons per Hour
Interior Length: 19.8 feet
Interior Width: 5 feet
Interior Height: 4 feet
Interior/Exterior Ratio: 34%


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