The Lear 75 was developed from a nearly identical cabin of the Lear 45, but offers seating for up to 9 passengers in some configurations.
The Lear 45XR began production in June of 2004 and continued until 2013 with a total of 642 units delivered.
It has a better cruise speed (465 knots, 861,18 kph) compare with its predecessor and a maximum payload of 861,82 kg (1.900 lbs). It has a length of 17,83 m (58 ft 5 in) and a height of 4.30 m (14 ft 1 in) this makes it ideal for a crew of 2 and 9 passengers.
It is used for civil transportation by: Ireland (Ryanair), Argentina (Santiago del Estero Government), Morocco (Medi Business Jet), Italy (Sirio), El Salvador (Government of El Salvador), United Kingdom (Gama), Montenegro (Government of Montenegro), Turkey (Redstar Aviation), Mexico (FlyMex), Iran (The Eghtesad Family), Luxembourg (Luxembourg Air Rescue). Military operations in: Peru (Peru Air Force) and Ireland (Irish Air Corps) .