Bombardier is introducing a new pocket door to its Learjet 75 light jet for a more comfortable and enjoyable flight. With the addition of the new door bulk head it will separate the cockpit from the gallery, decreasing the noise in the cabin by approximately 6-8 decibels ; which are used to measure intensity of sound. The first plane to Exhibit the new Cabin door was on display at the EBACE (European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition) show; held in Geneva, Switzerland.
The goal for this new innovation is to give smaller light jets a larger feel as if they are larger more luxurious cabins. To date, Bombardier’s Booth Z115 has yet to given a set price and are willing to negotiate due to the different size cabins upon request. It will be offered to both 6 seaters and 8 seater aircrafts. Bombardier takes pride in competing while still being luxurious and providing its passengers with comfortability.
“The Learjet 75 business jet is already valued for its comfortable interior and its ability to fly further and faster than its nearest competitor,”
said Bombardier Business Aircraft president David Coleal.
Although the pocket door removes the ability to recline on the seats facing the rear, they are allowed to be pulled forward for a slight recline. When it comes to luxury, Bombardier provides each passenger with their own USB outlet and group of sidewall speakers creating a surround sound effect. Including a seven-inch pop-up screen installed with a media center granting access to music and movies for a more comfortable and enjoying flight to passengers. The cockpit will remain as the Gramin G5000 Avionic in the Lear 75 to keep it light.
This year in Geneva, Bombardier will be showing off their 350 and 650 challenger models also a couple of Global 6000 The bombardier is choosing to enhance their Lear 70 / 75 family with this latest innovation of the bulk head cockpit. For more information on Bombardier aircrafts and parts please visit us at www.asap-fasteners.com for instant RFQ 24/7, 365 or give us a call at 1-714-705-4780 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.