Embraer Legacy 600

The Legacy 600 is a business jet the Brazilian manufacturer Embraer.


Legacy 600

The Embraer Legacy 600 is a variant of the Embraer ERJ -145 family. The jet has an advanced tank capacity and winglets. The program was launched at the Farnborough Air Show 2000. As a derivative nor the Legacy Shuttle is offered, which connects the same cabin configuration as the ERJ 135 with the reach of the Legacy. So far, 71 aircraft were sold.

Legacy 650

The Embraer Legacy 650 is based on the Legacy 600 with the same external dimensions, but uses a modified version of the Rolls- Royce AE 3007 A2 engines and has a greater range of 7223 km. The maximum takeoff weight was increased to 24.3 thousand kilograms and payload to 778 kg, making it necessary also to reinforce the wings and landing gear structurally. The cockpit is equipped with the avionics package Primus Elite Honeywell, which is offered as a retrofit kit for the Legacy 600. Find maximum 14 passengers in the comfortable cabin (separate climate control for three different areas, additional insulation and extensive communications equipment ) space. The machine was officially unveiled on 23 September 2009 at the airport Embraer Unidades Gavião Peixoto and was its first flight in October 2009 at the Business Aviation NBAA exhibition in Orlando. The approval by the Brazilian ANAC and EASA, the European took place on October 20, 2010. Authorisation of the FAA was granted in early March 2011. The first aircraft was delivered on 19 November 2010 to the British businessman Alan Sugar. The Embraer Legacy is for Bombardier Challenger 850 in direct competition