Embraer Legacy Aircraft
The Embraer Legacy aircrafts are midsized business jets that were designed and created after the creation and use of Embraer 135/145 group of aircrafts. Depending on the exact size of Embraer Legacy being travelled in, they can hold between 16-37 passengers. The traditional aircrafts contain executive seating for 16 passengers. The aircrafts that carry 19 to 37 are considered more of a corporate shuttle.
The Embraer Legacy aircrafts were created in 2000, in which they became another aircraft added to the Embraer Regional Jet Family. The Legacy has higher ceilings, added winglets and a higher fuel capacity than the other jets in the Embraer family. The amazing aircraft can carry up to 16 passengers for a distance of 3400 nautical miles. With its ability to take off in short distances, it has access to many more airports than commercial aircrafts; this makes for the reason behind why it can get passengers where they need to go in faster manners than commercial aircrafts.
With its 1650 cubic feet of space on board comes a full size bathroom and plenty of headroom. Many corporations use this type of jet to travel frequent long distant business trips. The amount of money it cost to charter an Embraer Legacy depends on location, however most times it ranges between 4 to six thousand dollars per hour that the jet will be in operation. Other fees are added; including fuel surcharges, taxes, ramp fees, and other charges.
The Embraer Legacy aircraft has a well-known reputation for providing businesses an easy, convenient, and efficient way to travel across the globe.
Embraer Legacy Interior