Embraer Legacy 600

    Derived from Embraer’s ERJ 135, the Legacy 600 was the company’s first executive jet, with nearly 200 now flying. Three seating areas in the roomy stand-up cabin provide options on long trips with space to work, rest, or dine. Two Rolls-Royce engines are quiet and fuel-efficient. Winglets boost the jet’s aerodynamic performance, and Internet and phone access plus plenty of power outlets and LED lighting maximize productivity. The jet is designed for quick turnarounds and easy maintenance. A Corporate Shuttle version carries up to 16 passengers.

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