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Bombardier's Flexjet to be first fractional operator to offer Learjet 70 and 75

Bombardier subsidiary Flexjet will be the first fractional ownership company to offer the new Learjet 70 and 75 business aircraft.

The light and super light twinjets - launched earlier this month - are scheduled to enter service in 2013. The Dallas, Texas-based operator says negotiations are under way with Bombardier to determine the number of aircraft it requires. Flexjet has 82 aircraft in its fleet and a customer tally of more than 1,000.

The Learjet 70 and 75 will replace the 40XRs and 45XRs in service. The new models will feature a new interior, a next-generation cabin management system, Bombardier's Vision flightdeck, and Honeywell's upgraded TFE731-40BR engines.

 

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