– The Legacy 600 executive jet has been certified to operate at Cannes-Mandelieu Airport, in Cannes, in the south of France, which is often referred to as the “Gateway to the French Riviera”.
The special landing and take-off requirements of this airport are fully met by the Legacy 600. The benefits of this certification are available to every new aircraft to be delivered and are also extended to current Legacy 600 customers, through a service bulletin.
“Cannes is an increasingly appealing destination for our customers,” said Colin Steven, Embraer Vice–President, Marketing and Sales – Europe, Africa and Middle East, Executive Jets. “The Legacy 600 is one of the largest business jets certified to operate in either Cannes- Mandelieu or London City airports.”
The Legacy 600 fleet continues to expand in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. In March, Embraer celebrated the 100th aircraft delivery, to a customer in the Czech Republic. This remarkable milestone is a testimony to the market’s good acceptance of the Legacy 600 and the benefits the aircraft offers.
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