Bombardier has introduced a new innovative pocket door design on the Learjet 75 aircraft, which the airframer claims, reduces noise levels inside the cabin by up to eight decibels, as a result of the cabin being divided from the cockpit and galley area.
Bombardier has obtained a supplemental type certificate from the FAA and the new cabin innovation is being showcased at EBACE.
According to David Coleal, President, Bombardier Business Aircraft, “The pocket door option adds an extra dimension of comfort previously found only on larger jets. 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 new pocket door design also helps in creating a distinct private living space for passengers.
The Learjet 75 can be configured in an eight-seat double-club configuration or six-seat executive configuration. Passengers also have access to their own USB outlet and a 7" pop-up monitor connected to the media center.
Bombardier delivered the 75th Learjet 75 business jet in February 2016, just over two years after the type entered service.