Overview

The Learjet 75 replaced the 40/45 models in 2013. The Lear 40 series was designed to compete with the Citation XL in the Super-Light category although both are often categorized as a light or a mid cabin jet. The Lear 75 has about 80 cubic feet less cabin than the XL with a similar range and about 35 mph faster top speed.

The Lear 75 performs noticeably better than its predecessor the 45 with 3 foot longer wings, winglets and improved engine thrust. It has the same trailing link landing gear as the 45 which provides those extra smooth landings. Combined with improved breaks from the original Learjet models, the Lear 75 has much better short field performance with a balanced field length of just 4,200 feet vs the older Lear 35 models 6,200 feet. The Lear 75 can carry an additional 1,700 lbs of people and baggage even after you’ve accounted for crew and filled up with fuel which makes it a great aircraft for family vacations or a packed business trip.

Learjets are known for their fuel efficiency and the Lear 75 is no exception burning just under 200 gallons per hour on average. The average hourly operating costs (direct operating costs) are just a little higher than the competing Citation XL, but the 35 mph in speed more than makes up for it.

For a more complete comparison, check out PriJet’s performance of the Lear 75.

For a more complete cost comparison, check out PriJet’s operating cost for the Lear 75.

NTSB Record Search

We did not find any accident data for the Lear 75 and only 1 for the similar model 45 which was a pilot landing in Telluride (KTEX) during questionable weather conditions. There were no serious injuries reported.

To search NTSB records for the Lear 75 check out our safety records search by jet type: Lear 45 Safety Record Search (warning: this page will take a couple minutes to load.)

Lear 75’s For Sale

At the time of writing this article, there are 9 advertisements of Lear 75’s for sale at: https://www.libertyjet.com/private_jets_for_sale/Bombardier/Lear%2075 which is a site that consolidates aircraft for sale listings. Prices range from $5.9 to $6.9 million.

Lear 75 Charter

There are only 16 Lear 75’s currently available for charter Worldwide so if this is your preferred jet, it is highly recommended you look at Fractional ownership or full ownership options. Click here to view all Lear 75's available for Charter: Lear 75 Charter.

Lear 75 Jet Cards

There are no known jet cards which offer the Lear 75 exclusively and with a limited charter fleet, you are not as likely to fly in one if you purchase a standard light or mid cabin option.

Lear 75 Fractional Ownership

There is currently only one option to purchase a fraction of a Lear 75; FlexJet