– Embraer hosts its second annual Asia Pacific Legacy 600 Operators Meeting, in Jakarta, Indonesia, at the Park Lane Jakarta Hotel, December 8-9. The event gathers Legacy 600 operators from the region, as well as customer, service center, and supplier representatives.
This annual event will cover technical issues and updates regarding the Legacy 600, plus sessions on Flight Operations, Maintenance Programs, Embraer Authorized Service Centers and Material Support, Parts & Logistics.
“The Legacy 600 Operators Meeting is a great occasion for Embraer to build on the relationships and networks we have with our operators, and to reinforce our commitment to our customers and partners throughout Asia Pacific,” said Andre de Castilho Silva, Embraer Director of Customer Support and Services, Asia Pacific. “In our bid to provide best-in-class service and support to our customers and partners, the meeting is an invaluable platform for an exchange of ideas, suggestions and best practices among Embraer’s personnel, suppliers, customer support representatives, and operators.”
The Company currently has nine Legacy 600 aircraft operating in Indonesia, Singapore, India, and Thailand, with the first delivery of this executive jet model to Australia expected by the end of this year.
A dedicated Customer Support team in the region assists Legacy 600 customers and operators, while strategically allocated parts at Embraer’s warehouse in Singapore allow for faster replacement and service turn-around times.
About the Legacy 600 executive Jet
The super midsize Legacy 600 carries 13 passengers (standard configuration). The refined interior offers leather seats, sofa, credenza, and tables for meals or meetings. The airplane also has a spacious galley for preparing hot and cold meals, an ample aft lavatory, wardrobes, cabinets, and an entertainment system with DVD and satellite communication. Optional High-Speed Data (HSD) equipment and Wi-Fi technology enable customers to browse the Internet, access e-mails, and transfer files during trips, providing a better use of time, increased work productivity, and more entertainment possibilities. The aircraft has a large baggage compartment, which is easily accessed during flight, and has a total capacity of 286 cubic feet (8,100 liters).
The jet has a cruising speed of Mach 0.80. Its range of 3,250 nautical miles (6,019 km) with eight passengers, or 3,400 nautical miles (6,297 km) with four passengers, both with NBAA IFR fuel reserves, means that the aircraft can fly nonstop from Moscow (Russia) to Beijing (China) or any destination in India, Europe or the Middle East.
The price of the Legacy 600, under 2010 economic conditions, is US$ 27.45 million. Learn more about Embraer Executive Jets at www.EmbraerExecutiveJets.com
Note to Editors
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