With very fast cruising speeds and long ranges, the Lear 75 is perfect for the traveler who wants to get to their destination quickly and in luxurious comfort.
Take off distance
410 cu ft
50 cu ft (external), 15 cu ft (internal)
The price for a charter flight on the Lear 75 ranges between $7,400 and $9,400 per hour. Final costs depend on the customer’s departure city, destination, and flight schedule. Contact JetLevel’s professional agents for more information on booking a charter flight.
The Lear 75 offers private jet customers a truly luxurious experience while providing great speed, reliability, and safety. The aircraft’s cabin is larger than those of competitors, meaning you’ll have more room to stretch out and relax. Plus, the Lear 75 also goes further and faster than many other mid size jets, opening up lots of opportunities for destinations. Whether you’re traveling to see family or a new client, the Lear 75 will make sure you get there on time.
Two Honeywell TFE731-40BR turbofan engines with 3,850 pounds of thrust each contribute to the aircraft’s outstanding takeoff performance. The jet only needs 4,440 feet for takeoff and 2,600 feet for landing, which gives it access to more airports. This is perfect for those who want to fly somewhere more remote, or those who simply want to avoid the hustle and bustle of crowded major airports.
With a range of more than 2,000 nautical miles, you could easily fly from Midwestern airports to anywhere in the continental United States. Additionally, you could fly outside the country, such as to the Virgin Islands, without having to stop for fuel.
Passengers always get a smooth ride on the Lear 75 thanks to its 41,000-foot cruise altitude and 51,000-foot service ceiling. The jet can operate within these margins to avoid turbulence and inclement weather.
The Lear 75’s cabin arrangements can accommodate either six or eight passengers easily. All of the seats swivel, track, and recline, but are usually arranged in a double-club formation. Each seat benefits from lots of legroom and seated headroom.
You’ll find 50 cubic feet of baggage space outside the cabin, with 15 inside the cabin. This division allows you to pack what you want while maintaining access to your essentials in-flight.
The Lear 75 also has a galley with ample food storage, ice drawers, and a microwave so you can enjoy refreshments during your trip. A forward pocket door—very unique to the 75—also keeps the cabin fairly quiet.