The Embraer Legacy 650 is a business jet that stands out in its class. It has a transcontinental range, the largest-in-class cabin, and unsurpassed comfort for all of its passengers. It’s large volume allows for comfortable flying and plenty of luggage, thereby making this plane one of the best options to buy or charter.
It was first launched in 2000 as the Legacy 2000 and in 2005 it was developed into the Embraer Legacy 600. In 2009 it received an engine upgrade (amongst some other changes) which increased it’s range by nearly 1000km though also reduced the possible payload by 100kg. This is how the Legacy 650 came about. In 2016 it received further revamps and upgrades and now comes as the 650E.
Charter an Embraer Legacy 650
Here is a list of Embraer Legacy 650 we have available for charter. Please call or use our booking form to get on a flight today.
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Embraer Legacy 650 Price
Currently, a brand new Embraer Legacy will cost you in the region of $30million, as the 650 version is no longer manufactured. A used version will cost you in the region of $10-16 million, while you can grab a classic Legacy 600 for around $5million. Used prices will, of course, depend on the year of manufacture, flight hours, and other factors. However, sellers are usually open for you to make offers.
The 650 Embraer legacy has a large and spacious galley and cabin. The cabin measures 6 ft 11 In in width, 49 ft 10 In in length, and has a height of 6ft. This gives plenty of space to use as you wish. The spacious interior has comfort in mind with leather seats coming as standard amongst the features mentioned later on.
As you can see from the image below, the seating plan is open with room for discussions and can even comfortably sleep six people.
The Embraer 650 legacyhas a whopping range of 7,223km. This isn’t surprising as it was designed with this in mind. Compared to its competitors this is extremely close and at a much more convenient price point.
As expected of a plane of this caliber there are plenty of amenities. Everything including Wi-Fi, Satellite phone, CD-DVD players, Airshow, and in-flight entertainment comes as standard. There are plenty of screens on offer, and depending on the carrier pets are also allowed.
The original intended layout has a capacity for 13-14 people. However, as you can see from the available jets for charter, the typical range is usually 12-13 seats. However, since this private jet is designed for a long-range flight there is an ample 6.8m3 for baggage and an allowed maximum take-off weight of 22,400kg.
The Legacy 650 has an extremely cable cockpit that supports two pilots and a jump seat. The electronics are designed with safety and security in flight with Smart Runway and Smart Landing systems coming as standard. To help the pilots fly easier, the cabin is filled with LCD monitors and advanced navigation and flight awareness features. To round it all of, it comes equipped with Honeywell Primus Elite avionics suite to ensure complete flight safety.
The Embraer Legacy has a top speed of Mach 0.80 (850 km/h; 528 mph). Its average cruising speed is slightly lower at Mach 0.78 (829 km/h; 515 mph). To reach these speeds it uses two Rolls-Royce AE 3007A2 engines.
Who owns Embraer Jets?
Embraer is the third-largest producer of commercial aircraft after Boeing and Airbus. The company is owned by Boeing 49% and Embraer 51%. This split comes primarily from Boeing owning 80% of Embraer’s commercial aviation division while Embraer has retained its executive business jet and its defence business.
What is a legacy aircraft?
Typically speaking a legacy aircraft is one that is no longer manufactured and you can only find one on the used market. However, Embraer used the legacy name as an homage to the phrase “Leaving a Legacy”.