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Learjet 75

Charter a Private Flight on a Bombardier Learjet 75

Air Charter Advisors offers private jet charter services on the newest light business jet from Bombardier Aerospace — the Learjet 75.

Bombardier Learjet 75

Enjoy comprehensive services on the Lear 75 private jet, from executive charter flights and jet cards to leases, sales, and purchases of Learjet 75s across the United States and around the world.

Based on the Learjet 40 and 45 models, the next generation of light business jets from Bombardier features upgraded avionics, improved aerodynamics, and powerful engines that offer increased fuel efficiency. Seating between 6 and 8 passengers and reaching a top speed of 621 mph (0.81 mach) and high-cruise speed of 535 mph, the Learjet 75 is an ideal choice for executive jet travel, and is one of today’s most popular light jets in business aviation.

Call ACA at +1 (888) 987-JETS for charter quotes, jet card inquiries, fractional ownership programs, and corporate flight assistance. Air Charter Advisors is standing by with direct access to Learjet 75s and similar light jets based in your area. We offer a complete range of aviation services from aircraft rentals to individual ownership.

Key Features

  • Proven Platform Based on the Lear 40 / 45
  • Top Speeds of over 600 mph
  • Double-Club Configuration with 8 Executive Seats
  • Efficient Engines Improve Runway Performance
  • New Avionics Increases Pilot Safety

Pricing, Performance, & Specifications

The cost to charter a Learjet 75 starts at around $4,000 an hour*. Example hourly rates and pricing are subject to change based on model, availability, amenities, re-positioning, scheduling, routing, passengers, luggage totals, and more.

  • Year of Make: 2013 — 2021
  • Manufacturer: Bombardier
  • Class: Light Jet
  • MSRP: $13 – $14 million
  • Hourly Charter Rate: $3,675 — $4,550 *

General Details

  • Crew: 2 pilots
  • Capacity: 8 passengers
  • Length: 58 ft (17.68 m)
  • Wingspan: 50 ft 11 in (15.52 m)
  • Height: 14 ft 0 in (4.31 m)
  • Max Payload: 2,110 lb
  • MTOW: 21,500 lb (9,752 kg)
  • Avionics: Garmin G5000

Performance Specifications

  • Top Speed: 621 mph (Mach 0.81)
  • Cruise Speed: 432 – 447 kts (Mach 0.76 – 0.79)
  • Range: 2,040 nautical miles
  • Service Ceiling: 51,000 ft (16,000 m)
  • Engines: 2 × Honeywell TFE731-40BR Turbine
  • Thrust: 3,850 lbf (17.1 kN) each

Interior Dimensions

  • Seats: 8
  • Cabin Height: 4 ft 11 in
  • Cabin Width: 5 ft 1 in
  • Cabin Length: 17 ft 8 in
  • Cabin Volume: 410 cu ft
  • Internal Baggage: 15 cu ft
  • Bathroom: Enclosed Lav

Data from Bombardier

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Aircraft Details

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The people at Bombardier know a thing or two about developing efficient, high-speed business planes. After all, they’re responsible for some of the most successful business jets in aviation, including Globals, Challengers, and a variety of other private jets and regional airliners. The Learjet 75 is no exception.

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Offering class-leading performance, comfort, and style, it’s one of the most popular light jets in executive and luxury aviation. Flying faster and burning less fuel than its competitors, private flyers can enjoy unrivaled speed without compromising efficiency or comfort onboard the Lear 75.

It’s also an ideal aircraft for private and corporate ownership, with performance and efficiency that contribute to the lowest direct operating cost per nautical mile in its category, delivering the maximum return on your investment.


Designed for the ultimate light jet experience with superior comfort and privacy, the Bombardier Learjet 75 cabin is in its own class: it features a flat floor interior design for easy movement, pocket doors for a quieter flight, and is fully-loaded for productivity. The Learjet 75 Liberty has seating for 6 passengers, while the Learjet 75 can accommodate 8 passengers.

In fact, the 75 is the only aircraft in its category with 8-seat double-club configuration, allowing executives to conduct business meetings at 40,000 feet as they would in their corporate boardrooms. You’ll also enjoy complete control over your environment, along with access to high-speed internet, and the latest entertainment and connectivity options.

Learjet’s new light business aircraft offers the most advanced and connected interior in its class, with state-of-the-art cabin management, high-definition monitors, integrated sidewall speakers, and 6 touch-screen monitors that easily stow away. Executive and leisure travelers can store their belongings in a 50 cubic feet heated baggage compartment, along with 15 cubic feet of internal storage.

All this combined allows the Lear 75 to offer one of the most comfortable, entertaining, and well-connected jet charter experiences of any light jet available on the market.


The Lear 75 is equipped with powerful Honeywell engines and innovative aerodynamics, including an all-new winglet design, enabling it to cruise at a high speed of Mach 0.81 — the highest in its class, all while reaching a ceiling of up to 51,000 feet. The winglet design was an improvement incorporated from Bombardier’s Global 7000/8000 business aircraft.

Both models are able to cruise at over-the-weather altitudes, offering smoother flights and avoiding potential delays due to congestion at lower altitudes. The combination of aerodynamic improvements, which lowers drag by 2%  and removes 200 lbs from the nose results in an increased range of 4%.

This light jet offers increased thrust for a shorter take-off, faster climb rate, and unmatched top speeds powered by Honeywell TFE731-40BR engines, the most recent evolution of jet engines with more than 100 million flight hours of proven performance. Despite the advantages in performance, the Learjet 75 still offers excellent fuel efficiency compared to other light jets traveling at similar cruise speeds.

Purchase a Learjet 75

Air Charter Advisors offers private jet sales & acquisitions services for business groups & HNWI’s interested in acquiring a Learjet 75 and similar light jets. Offered with an original MSRP of $9.9 million USD, the Lear 75 shared its run alongside the Learjet 70, which comes to a close at the end of 2021. The cost to purchase a pre-owned Learjet 75 is around between $5 million USD.

The cost of ownership comes with an annual budget of nearly $800k with 200 hours of flight time. This includes fixed costs of around $395k, and total variable/operation costs of just over $400k. Direct operating cost of the Lear 75 comes out to just over $2,000 per hour.

Our brokers can help on your path to private aircraft ownership, with access to used & pre-owned aircraft both on and off market. Contact our team for more details about buying or selling a Learjet 75.

Popular Routes

Cruising at speeds up to 600 mph with a range up to 2,040 nautical miles, the Learjet 75 is readily available on the charter market and consistently rank as one of the most popular light jets for business and executive travel. The following route examples are based on aircraft positioning, availability, capabilities, and flight requests:

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LearJet 75 Private Jet Charter Services, Sales, and Management

Our private jet charter company offers a complete range of services on the Bombardier Learjet 75. Contact our brokers at 888-987-JETS (5387) for everything from on-demand charter flights and light jet cards, to fractional programs, and individual aircraft ownership, sales, management, marketing services.

* Average hourly rates vary depending on make, model and year; amenities, routing and scheduling/availability, and do not include fuel, taxes, crew charges, ramp, hangar, FBO, overnights, daily minimums, taxes, international fees, catering, ground transport, or de-icing. If you would like an accurate quote, please call or email. Pictures are for example only. The age, color, interior layout, hourly rates, specifications, dimensions may all vary between aircraft. All images and video copyrighted and provided courtesy of Bombardier Aerospace unless noted otherwise.