Flexjet, Bombardier’s U.S.-based fractional ownership operation, has confirmed the first firm orders for three of the airframer’s new Learjet 70 business aircraft. In May, the operator announced plans to become the launch customer for the new light jet and the Learjet 75, both of which are derivatives of the 40-series Learjets.
The Flexjet Learjet 70/75s will feature the company’s new interior design updates, including honey-colored wood, light beige leather seats and accents of red throughout the cabin andgalley. Highlights include a newly created workspace based on ergonomics and modern style, enhanced seat comfort and noise reduction measures.
The company also intends to provide inflight connectivity of its passengers. It will likely opt for the Aircell WiFi system.