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Lear 75 Specifications

Lear 75 Altivation Aircraft

The Lear 75 entered production in 2013 as a mid-size cabin class aircraft and is part of Learjet’s current production aircraft.  The Lear 75 is powered by two TFE731-40BR engines producing 3,850 lbf each, allowing the Lear to carry 4 passengers an NBAA IFR range of 2,040 nm, with a max cruise speed of 450 knots. Inside the Lear 75 there is seating for up to 9 passengers in the pressurized cabin with its aft lav, and operated by a crew of 2. Operators will find the average operating cost for the Lear 75 around $2,172 per hour. As of February 2021 Bombardier announced they would end the production of the Learjet product line by the end of 2021.

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Lear 75 – Specifications

NBAA 4 Pax IFR Range 2,040 nm
Max Cruise Speed (ktas) 450
Long Range Cruise (ktas) 437
Max Payload (lbs) 2,110
Takeoff Distance (SL, ISA, MTOW) 4,440 ft
Service Ceiling (ft) 51,000
Powerplant TFE731-40BR x2
Thrust per engine (lbf) 3,850
Avionics G5000
Est. Cost Per Hour $1,785
Passengers + Crew 9+2

Lear 75 – Dimensions

LJ 75 Cross Section

Cabin Length (excluding baggage) 19 ft 10 in
Cabin Width 5 ft 1 in
Cabin Height 4 ft 11in
Aircraft Length 58 ft
Wingspan 50 ft 11 in
Internal Baggage 15 cu ft
External Baggage 50 cu ft

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