Bombardier integrates pocket door on Learjet 75


Bombardier has created a pocket door for the Learjet 75 light jet. The pocket door divides the cabin from the cockpit and galley area and reduces noise levels inside the cabin by up to 8dB, while creating a distinct private living space for passengers. The aircraft has received an STC from the FAA and the first of its type was showcased at EBACE 2016 (held in Geneva, Switzerland, on May 24-26).

“The pocket door option adds an extra dimension of comfort previously found only on larger jets,” said David Coleal, president, Bombardier Business Aircraft. “This feature allows customers to take full advantage of the Learjet 75 aircraft’s impressive speed and range in even greater comfort than before. The Learjet name is synonymous with pioneering spirit and pace-setting innovation, and we at Bombardier are continuing to build on this legacy to ensure an exciting and forward-focused future for Learjet aircraft.”

The Learjet 75 has a flat floor and can be configured to seat either six or eight passengers. Learjet 75 passengers have access to their own USB outlet and 7in pop-up monitor connected to the media center, which can play different movies or music at each seat.

May 26, 2016

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