2011 LEGACY 650 SN 1120
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2010 LEGACY 600 SN 1113
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2009 PHENOM 100 SN 123
$1,950,000
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EMBRAER JET PERFORMANCE AT A GLANCE PAX = Typical Passenger Configuration        CABINV = Cabin Volume in Cubic Feet        CABINH = Cabin Height in Feet        BAGV = Baggage Volume (Interior/Exterior) in Cubic Feet        PAY - Payload with Full Fuel (lbs)        MTOW = Max Take Off Weight (lbs)        CRUISE = Normal Cruise Speed (kts)        RANGE = NBAA IFR Range with Seats Full (NM)    GPH = Gallons per hour            AIRCRAFT    PAX  CABINV  CABINH   BAGV    PAY    MTOW   CRUISE IFR RANGE   GPH Legacy 600  13    1,650     6     285     1,507  49,600   450     3,080 Legacy 650  13    1,650     6     285     1,900  53,570   455     3,640 Phenom 100  5     208       4.9   11/60   580    10,470   390     926 Phenom 300  7     325       4.9   11/74   942    17,965   453     1,690 Information   provided   as   a   courtesy   to   clients   of   OMNI   JET   TRADING.   It   is   based   upon   the   best available   information.   However,   many   figures   are   based   upon   estimates   or   variable   conditions   and we do not warrant it for accuracy and it should not be used for flight planning purposes. Use only an approved flight manual for the aircraft.
EMBRAER JET AIRCRAFT HISTORY LEGACY 650 (2010 to 2015 - SN 14501115 to 14501209) The   Legacy   650   is   a   longer-range   version   of   the   Legacy   600   giving   it   a   range   capability   of   3,900   nm   (7,223   km)   non-stop with   four   passengers,   or   3,840   nm   (7,112   km)   with   eight   passengers,   about   500   nm   (926   km)   farther   than   the   Legacy   600. It   was   announced   at   the   2009   NBAA   show,   and   certified   by   the   FAA   in   February   2011.   Production   began   in   2013   with   a joint venture with Chinese company Harbin Aircraft Manufacturing Corporation. LEGACY 600 (2001 to 2013 - SN 145363 to SN 14501216) The   Embraer   Legacy   600   is   a   business   jet   derivative   of   the   Embraer   ERJ   145   family   of   commercial   jet   aircraft.   The   Legacy 600   is   based   on   the   ERJ   135   model   with   the   updated   Mark   I   cockpit   of   the   EMB-145.   Certified   in   1999,   the   highly- successful   Legacy   600   continues   to   be   manufactured   today.      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.   Twenty-two   large   windows   and   full   LED   lighting   makes   the   cabin   feel   exceptionally   spacious.      A   roomy, private   lavatory   is   aft,   while   a   second   is   optional   (forward-positioned).      The   galley   is   in   a   class   of   its   own,   including   a cutting   board,   three   electrical   outlets,   a   microwave   or   convection   oven,   and   a   long   list   of   optional   appliances:   refrigerator, wine   chiller,   larger   or   second   over,   or   oven/microwave   combo.      Additionally,   the   600   offers   240   cubic   feet   of   flight- accessible   storage.   Compared   to   the   EMB   145,   it   features   added   range   via   extra   fuel   tanks   in   the   tail   behind   the   baggage compartment   and   forward   of   the   wing,   winglets,   and   an   extensive   drag   reduction   program.   It   is   certified   to   41,000-foot (12,000   m)   altitude   versus   37,000   feet   (11,000   m)   for   the   airline   configuration.   Launched   in   2000   at   the   Farnborough Airshow,   the   Legacy   carries   13   passengers   for   3,050   nautical   miles   (5,650   km)   or   8   passengers   for   3,450   nautical   miles (6,390   km).   In   the   cockpit,   the   Legacy   also   includes   a   Honeywell   Primus   1000   avionics   suite,   with   a   full   glass   cockpit.   The Legacy   600   competes   on   the   upper   end   of   the   small   to   mid-sized   range   of   business   jets   and   is   considered   a   "Super Midsize"   aircraft.   It   has   nearly   the   opposite   design   progression   as   the   rival   Canadair   Challenger.   The   Legacy   600   was derived   from   the   established   ERJ   family   of   regional   jets,   while   the   Canadair   Regional   Jet   was   developed   by   Bombardier from the Challenger business jet. Both lines of aircraft are competitors. PHENOM 300 ( 2008 to 2015 - SN 50500001 to SN 50500290) The   Embraer   EMB-505   Phenom   300   is   a   light   jet   aircraft   developed   by   the   Brazilian   aircraft   manufacturer   Embraer.   It   can carry   8   or   9   occupants   with   a   flying   range   of   1,971   nmi   (3,650   km).   At   45,000   feet   (14,000   m),   the   Phenom   300   is pressurized   to   a   cabin   altitude   of   6,600   feet   (2,000   m).   The   jet   features   single-point   refueling   and   an   externally   serviced private   rear   lavatory,   refreshment   center   and   baggage   area.   It   received   FAA   Type   Certification   on   14   December   2009   as the   Embraer   EMB-505.   The   cabin   of   the   Phenom   300   is   4   feet,   11   inches   tall   and   about   5   feet,   1   inch   wide.   The   cabin   will include   a   lavatory,   two-zone   climate   control,   LED   lighting,   and   a   total   of   76   cubic   feet   of   baggage   space   split   between three   interior   storage   compartments.   Embraer   selected   Pratt   &   Whitney   Canada’s   PW535E   turbofan   engines   to   power   the Phenom   300.   Each   engine   produces   3,200   pounds   of   thrust   on   takeoff   and   will   be   controlled   by   FADEC.   The   Pratt   & Whitney   engines   provide   enough   power   for   the   Phenom   300   to   take   off   in   3,700   feet   at   sea   level   on   a   standard   day.   One portion   of   the   Phenom   300   that   is   sure   to   impress   is   its   cockpit.   The   all-glass   Prodigy   flight   deck   offers   three   12-inch LCDs   to   display   all   primary   navigation,   systems,   and   engine   information.   The   Phenom   300’s   spoiler   system   will   be controlled by fly-by-wire technology. PHENOM 100 ( 2008 to 2015 - SN 50000001 to SN 50000356) Made   by   one   of   the   largest   aircraft   manufacturers   in   the   world,   Brazil-based   Embraer,   the   Phenom   100   is   a   very   light   twin engine   jet.      Able   to   accommodate   four   passengers   and   a   single   pilot,   this   small   private   jet   is   ideal   for   individuals   or   small companies.   The   Phenom   100   has   a   comfortable   range   of   1,160   nautical   miles   and   can   climb   to   37,000   feet   in   just   23 minutes.   Two   Pratt   and   Whitney   PW617F-E   engines   power   the   Phenom   100,   providing   a   thrust   for   takeoff   of   1,695 pounds   each.   These   engines   employ   a   FADEC   (Full   Authority   Digital   Electrical   Control)   system,   making   them   extremely efficient   and   simple   in   flight.      The   engine   inspection   interval   is   3,500   hours.   Based   on   Garmin’s   G1000,   the   Phenom   100’s Embraer   Prodigy   all-glass   avionics   suite   features   three   displays:   two   primary   flight   displays   (PFD)   and   one   multi-function display   (MFD).      All   information   is   integrated   onto   high-definition/color   resolution   screens.      The   system   is   built   with   the pilot   in   mind,   placing   all   aircraft   monitoring,   situational   awareness   and   flight-planning   tools   at   their   fingertips.      The   GFC 700,    an    innovative    Automatic    Flight    Control    System    (AFCS),    is    the    Phenom’s    fully    digital,    dual    channel,    three-axis autopilot   system.   It   may   be   classified   as   a   very   light   private   jet,   but   the   Phenom   100   is   competitive   with   larger   private   jets in performance and space.  Its high speed cruise of 380 knots true airspeed trumps all close competitors.
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2011 LEGACY 650 SN 1120
MAKE OFFER
2010 LEGACY 600 SN 1113
$8,500,000
2009 PHENOM 100 SN 123
$1,950,000
2007 LEGACY 600 SN 1002
MAKE OFFER
OMNI International Jet Trading
2010 LEGACY 600 SN 1113
$8,500,000
2011 LEGACY 650 SN 1120
MAKE OFFER
2009 PHENOM 100 SN 123
$1,950,000
2007 LEGACY 600 SN 1002
MAKE OFFER
EMBRAER JET PERFORMANCE AT A GLANCE PAX = Typical Passenger Configuration        CABINV = Cabin Volume in Cubic Feet        CABINH = Cabin Height in Feet        BAGV = Baggage Volume (Interior/Exterior) in Cubic Feet        PAY - Payload with Full Fuel (lbs)        MTOW = Max Take Off Weight (lbs)        CRUISE = Normal Cruise Speed (kts)        RANGE = NBAA IFR Range with Seats Full (NM)    GPH = Gallons per hour            AIRCRAFT    PAX  CABINV  CABINH   BAGV    PAY    MTOW   CRUISE IFR RANGE   GPH Legacy 600  13    1,650     6     285     1,507  49,600   450     3,080 Legacy 650  13    1,650     6     285     1,900  53,570   455     3,640 Phenom 100  5     208       4.9   11/60   580    10,470   390     926 Phenom 300  7     325       4.9   11/74   942    17,965   453     1,690 Information   provided   as   a   courtesy   to   clients   of   OMNI   JET   TRADING.   It   is   based   upon   the   best   available information.   However,   many   figures   are   based   upon   estimates   or   variable   conditions   and   we   do   not   warrant it for accuracy and it should not be used for flight planning purposes. Use only an approved flight manual for the aircraft.
EMBRAER JET AIRCRAFT HISTORY LEGACY 650 (2010 to 2015 - SN 14501115 to 14501209) The   Legacy   650   is   a   longer-range   version   of   the   Legacy   600   giving   it   a   range   capability   of   3,900   nm   (7,223   km)   non-stop   with   four passengers,   or   3,840   nm   (7,112   km)   with   eight   passengers,   about   500   nm   (926   km)   farther   than   the   Legacy   600.   It   was   announced at   the   2009   NBAA   show,   and   certified   by   the   FAA   in   February   2011.   Production   began   in   2013   with   a   joint   venture   with   Chinese company Harbin Aircraft Manufacturing Corporation. LEGACY 600 (2001 to 2013 - SN 145363 to SN 14501216) The   Embraer   Legacy   600   is   a   business   jet   derivative   of   the   Embraer   ERJ   145   family   of   commercial   jet   aircraft.   The   Legacy   600   is based   on   the   ERJ   135   model   with   the   updated   Mark   I   cockpit   of   the   EMB-145.   Certified   in   1999,   the   highly-successful   Legacy   600 continues   to   be   manufactured   today.      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.   Twenty-two   large   windows   and   full   LED lighting   makes   the   cabin   feel   exceptionally   spacious.      A   roomy,   private   lavatory   is   aft,   while   a   second   is   optional   (forward- positioned).      The   galley   is   in   a   class   of   its   own,   including   a   cutting   board,   three   electrical   outlets,   a   microwave   or   convection   oven, and   a   long   list   of   optional   appliances:   refrigerator,   wine   chiller,   larger   or   second   over,   or   oven/microwave   combo.      Additionally, the 600 offers 240 cubic feet of flight-accessible storage. Compared to the EMB 145, it features added range via extra fuel tanks in the   tail   behind   the   baggage   compartment   and   forward   of   the   wing,   winglets,   and   an   extensive   drag   reduction   program.   It   is certified   to   41,000-foot   (12,000   m)   altitude   versus   37,000   feet   (11,000   m)   for   the   airline   configuration.   Launched   in   2000   at   the Farnborough   Airshow,   the   Legacy   carries   13   passengers   for   3,050   nautical   miles   (5,650   km)   or   8   passengers   for   3,450   nautical miles   (6,390   km).   In   the   cockpit,   the   Legacy   also   includes   a   Honeywell   Primus   1000   avionics   suite,   with   a   full   glass   cockpit.   The Legacy   600   competes   on   the   upper   end   of   the   small   to   mid-sized   range   of   business   jets   and   is   considered   a   "Super   Midsize" aircraft.   It   has   nearly   the   opposite   design   progression   as   the   rival   Canadair   Challenger.   The   Legacy   600   was   derived   from   the established   ERJ   family   of   regional   jets,   while   the   Canadair   Regional   Jet   was   developed   by   Bombardier   from   the   Challenger business jet. Both lines of aircraft are competitors. PHENOM 300 ( 2008 to 2015 - SN 50500001 to SN 50500290) The   Embraer   EMB-505   Phenom   300   is   a   light   jet   aircraft   developed   by   the   Brazilian   aircraft   manufacturer   Embraer.   It   can   carry   8   or 9   occupants   with   a   flying   range   of   1,971   nmi   (3,650   km).   At   45,000   feet   (14,000   m),   the   Phenom   300   is   pressurized   to   a   cabin altitude   of   6,600   feet   (2,000   m).   The   jet   features   single-point   refueling   and   an   externally   serviced   private   rear   lavatory,   refreshment center   and   baggage   area.   It   received   FAA   Type   Certification   on   14   December   2009   as   the   Embraer   EMB-505.   The   cabin   of   the Phenom   300   is   4   feet,   11   inches   tall   and   about   5   feet,   1   inch   wide.   The   cabin   will   include   a   lavatory,   two-zone   climate   control,   LED lighting,   and   a   total   of   76   cubic   feet   of   baggage   space   split   between   three   interior   storage   compartments.   Embraer   selected   Pratt &   Whitney   Canada’s   PW535E   turbofan   engines   to   power   the   Phenom   300.   Each   engine   produces   3,200   pounds   of   thrust   on takeoff   and   will   be   controlled   by   FADEC.   The   Pratt   &   Whitney   engines   provide   enough   power   for   the   Phenom   300   to   take   off   in 3,700   feet   at   sea   level   on   a   standard   day.   One   portion   of   the   Phenom   300   that   is   sure   to   impress   is   its   cockpit.   The   all-glass Prodigy   flight   deck   offers   three   12-inch   LCDs   to   display   all   primary   navigation,   systems,   and   engine   information.   The   Phenom 300’s spoiler system will be controlled by fly-by-wire technology. PHENOM 100 ( 2008 to 2015 - SN 50000001 to SN 50000356) Made   by   one   of   the   largest   aircraft   manufacturers   in   the   world,   Brazil-based   Embraer,   the   Phenom   100   is   a   very   light   twin   engine jet.      Able   to   accommodate   four   passengers   and   a   single   pilot,   this   small   private   jet   is   ideal   for   individuals   or   small   companies.   The Phenom   100   has   a   comfortable   range   of   1,160   nautical   miles   and   can   climb   to   37,000   feet   in   just   23   minutes.   Two   Pratt   and Whitney   PW617F-E   engines   power   the   Phenom   100,   providing   a   thrust   for   takeoff   of   1,695   pounds   each.   These   engines   employ   a FADEC   (Full   Authority   Digital   Electrical   Control)   system,   making   them   extremely   efficient   and   simple   in   flight.      The   engine inspection   interval   is   3,500   hours.   Based   on   Garmin’s   G1000,   the   Phenom   100’s   Embraer   Prodigy   all-glass   avionics   suite   features three   displays:   two   primary   flight   displays   (PFD)   and   one   multi-function   display   (MFD).      All   information   is   integrated   onto   high- definition/color   resolution   screens.      The   system   is   built   with   the   pilot   in   mind,   placing   all   aircraft   monitoring,   situational   awareness and   flight-planning   tools   at   their   fingertips.      The   GFC   700,   an   innovative   Automatic   Flight   Control   System   (AFCS),   is   the   Phenom’s fully   digital,   dual   channel,   three-axis   autopilot   system.   It   may   be   classified   as   a   very   light   private   jet,   but   the   Phenom   100   is competitive   with   larger   private   jets   in   performance   and   space.      Its   high   speed   cruise   of   380   knots   true   airspeed   trumps   all   close competitors.
EMBRAER JETS FOR SALE
Omni   International   Jet   Trading   is   an   industry   leading   source   for   quality   pre-owned   Embraer   jets   for   sale.   Should   you not   see   type   of   jet   aircraft   you   are   looking   for,   feel   free   to   call   us   and   we   will   find   it   for   you.   We   focus   on   presenting the best aircraft at the best price.
OMNI International Jet Trading
Jet Sales & Acquisitions since 1963