Despite the fact that only a few of these aircraft are operated on the Old Continent to date, the Learjet 75 is currently making an appearance on European markets. The jet’s main selling points are in particular its powerful engines, revolutionary aerodynamics and of course also a superb level of comfort for passengers. Its maximum speed is Mach 0.81, i.e. 860 km/h, whereas the interior offers 8 comfortable seats, a toilet and a modern kitchen. The jet has a range of 2,040 nautical miles, i.e. 3,778 km.
This business jet is being presented in the Czech Republic and Slovakia by ABS Jets, i.e. by an internationally acclaimed operator of world class aircraft in the Business Jet category, which
has bases at airports in Prague and in Bratislava. The company has many years of experience and has among other things won the “Best Company in the Field of Business Aviation” award.
“The Learjet 75 could attract Czech and Slovak clients as well as European clients in general with its combination of a relatively reasonable price and optimum seating capacity and ideal range and luggage space. It also has a practical galley (kitchen) with plenty of storage space and the option of providing fully-fledged catering during the flight,” said the CEO of ABS Jets Vladimír Peták.
A look back over the history of Learjet aircraft
Learjet is a traditional aircraft manufacturer with a history stretching back more than five decades. The company was founded in the United States of America in 1962 by William Powell Lear, this being a continuation of the Swiss American Aircraft Corporation (SAAC). The surname of the founder and the word “jet” (after the engine) were used to create the actual name of the company – Lear Jet Inc.
The first jet, which saw the light of day in 1963, was the Learjet 23. Since that time, the company has gradually worked on many more models which have become very popular all over the world due to their quality, their reliability and also the unique comfort they offer passengers. Learjet aircraft hold many world records and are also very popular among celebrities. Since the start of the 1990s, the company has been a subsidiary of the Canadian manufacturer Bombardier ranked in its Bombardier Aerospace division.