Launching in 2014, Embraer’s Legacy 500 private jet has gone on to create a class of its own. Carrying up to 10 passengers, the Legacy 500 has been introduced to the market as a direct competitor. Competing against aircraft such as Bombardier’s Challenger 350 and Gulfstream’s G280.
The cabin height and width only differ by a few centimetres compared to the Challenger 350 and Gulfstream G280. Passengers compliment the Legacy 500 on how roomy the cabin feels thanks to its efficient design. With upgraded technology passengers are also very surprised by how quiet the aircraft is during flight. 7 windows on each side bathe the cabin in light continuing the spacious feel. With a flying range of up to 5,788km, the Legacy 500 private jet actually exceeded the distance anticipated by engineers in the design stage by 231km. The Legacy 500 will cruise at 45,000 ft, reaching the class benchmark set by its rival the Challenger 350.
The Legacy 500 stands apart from other aircraft for speed, take off distance required and on board technology. While travelling, passengers and crew enjoy a whole range of modern features. Currently priced at a cool $6 million dollars less than the Challenger 350, the Legacy 500 gives fantastic value considering what you get for your money.
A flat cabin floor, 6ft stand up cabin and low pressurisation make the Legacy 500 very comfortable to travel in. These features will leave you feeling refreshed and relaxed on arrival. The fully adjustable seats transform into a variety of different positions, allowing for both a productive office environment and a comfortable family setting.
Embraer’s Legacy 500 baggage hold is generous at 110 cubic feet and can take a large case per passenger plus hand luggage with ease. There’s also 45 cubic feet of baggage in the rear of the aircraft to compliment the main hold.