When Embraer announced the launch of a private jet in the heavy jet segment, in direct competition with aircraft such as the Falcon 2000, Falcon 900 or the various Bombardier Globals, the demanding business aviation clientele was sceptical about its chances of commercial success. 20 years later, the Legacy 650 has been a resounding success.
With a spacious cabin, the latest pressurisation and noise reduction technologies, and optimised operating costs, the Legacy 650 has quickly found its audience. The cabin, generally configured as a 13-seater with three separate seating areas, is sure to please even the most discerning customers looking for comfort and luxury.
All leather seats swivel, recline and allow on-board sound and video control. In the front, a generous galley provides a bar, fridge and oven to enjoy your favourite dishes.
The Legacy 650 can fly non-stop for more than seven hours, easily connecting Paris to Dubai or London to Boston in comfort. Another remarkable feature of the Legacy 650 is its baggage compartment, which is accessible from the cabin and is the largest in its class at over 8 cubic metres.
Today, its versatility and comfort have prompted many manufacturers to refresh their aircraft line-up, which is quite a statement to its detractors.