The Swiss army knife of jets
The Learjet 45 series was the first all-new, “clean sheet” Learjet design since the 1960s. Certified by the FAA in 1997, it effectively redefined the super-light jet category for the 21st century.
According to FLYING magazine, “Learjet 45 is the Swiss army knife of jets, an impressive combination of range, economy, load-carrying capability, comfort and price that offers a lot of bang for the buck in the “super-light” segment of the market.”
The Learjet 45 is a rare accomplishment, seamlessly integrating new technology with a tested and proven aircraft design. Reliability, cruise performance and fuel economy combine to make this aircraft best of class among all mid-sized jets. This jet features comfortable seating for 8 + 1 passengers with the +1 using the belted lavatory seat. Cabin seats are remarkably roomy with ample room to swivel, recline and track.
Learjet 75 Liberty
The Learjet 75 Liberty extends the long tradition of Learjet speed, comfort and amenities, with several modernized refinements.
A spacious, forward cabin two-seat Executive Suite and pocket door deliver more legroom and the quietest, most private cabin in its class. Interior 6-seat arrangement delivers more spacious foot-room in the two-seat Executive Suite up front.
A spacious four-seat Club Seat configuration in the aft of the cabin features generous legroom, ergonomic swivel and multi-position reclining seats, large 20-inch concealable side table, USB connectors, reading lights, and side ledges with recessed cup holders.
Cabin noise level stays below 72 dB, and a two-zone temperature control system ensures that both the cabin and the cockpit are comfortable.
4G ATG high-speed internet connectivity allows you to stream movies, video conference and communicate with your home or office.
Advanced, updated wing design makes this the smoothest ride in the small-jet category. At Mach 0.81 capability, and 2,080 nautical miles, the 75 Liberty has more range, and can fly faster than any other jet in its class.