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First Poland-based Learjet 75 Handed Over

Bombardier Business Aircraft last week delivered the first Learjet 75 that will be based in Poland. It was handed over to an undisclosed customer in the Eastern European country following type approval by the Poland's Civil Aviation Authority. The Learjet 75 light jet—a longer-range version of the Learjet 45 with Garmin G5000 integrated avionics, redesigned winglets and more efficient Honeywell TFE731-40BR engines—was certified by the U.S. FAA in November 2013. ( More...

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Yup - that would be SP-AAW photo:
bentwing60 2
Still love a Lear. They look fast sittin on the ground! Amazing that these 45 year newer airplanes still have an MMO. basically the same as the 24's and 25's I flew freight in in the 80's. Mother mach is a tough nut to crack.


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