Embraer Legacy 600
Passenger Capacity: 12-13
Air Speed: 518 mph
Range: 3400 nm
Baggage Capacity: 240 cuft
The Legacy 600 is Embraer’s first attempt business jet but it doesn’t show. Certified in 1999, the highly-successful Legacy 600 continues to be manufactured today. At the end of 2008, the running total was 154. Now the Legacy series, although still in development, is highly-anticipated and promises the most up-to-date technology yet. The Legacy 600 is unmatched in its class in performance, operation and interior size to name just a few.
The Legacy 600’s cabin stands out above the rest. It is completely tailored with the business world in mind. It is first and only comparable jet with three separate cabin zones to increase productivity on the road, so to speak. Executives can stay connected with high-speed internet, Wi-Fi, a three-line phone system and power outlets, all on-board. Its cabin size surpasses all jets in its class, measuring 1,413 cubic feet. Six-foot tall ceilings allow plenty of room to stand up and maneuver about the cabin. Cabin length measures 42.4 ft, while width is 6.9 ft max. The 600 is normally configured for 13 passengers in four standard seating arrangements.
There is no doubt about it that the Legacy 600 has the most comprehensive cabin in its class, but its unruly performance standards do not upset either.