The iconic brand is gone, but Bombardier will expand its Wichita service facilities and convert some business jets into military aircraft.
Common in the car world, certified pre-owned programs are a rarity in aviation. But Bombardier sees an opportunity in this seller’s market.
Citing profitability, parent Bombardier said it will stop manufacturing the iconic brand that turned the business jet into a household name.
These jets offer a slew of cool features, from king-size bedrooms and chef-ready galleys to in-air connectivity that will rival any office.
The Liberty was created to boost the brand’s future.
40,000 man-hours went into converting the aircraft into a limousine.
Some businesses specialize in repurposing parts from premium planes.
Its keen engineering and beautiful design are worthy of its predecessors.
The newest Learjet gives light-jet passengers a six-seat configuration in the aircraft expected to enter service in 2020.