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Ref. Embraer Legacy 600 | ~ € 15.000.000

Embraer Legacy 600 2008 Indonésie, Jakarta, Halim Perdana Kusuma ~ 880 h

 

 

The Legacy 600 is based on the ERJ 135 model. Launched in 2000 at the Farnborough Airshow, the Legacy carries 13 passengers in three partitioned sections for 3,050 nautical miles (5,650 km) or 8 passengers for 3,450 nautical miles (6,390 km). 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 feet (12,000 m) altitude versus 37,000 feet (11,000 m) for the airline configuration. The Legacy Shuttle can seat 19 to 37 in airline-style seats but without the range. Legacy 650 interior 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. Embraer has since launched an extensive lineup of business aircraft, from the entry-level Phenom 100 to the Lineage 1000, a bizliner version of the company's 100-seat E-190. Legacy 600 Cockpit

With the updated Mark I cockpit of the EMB-145, the Legacy includes a Honeywell Primus Elite avionics suite glass cockpit.

 

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Ref. Embraer Legacy 600 | ~ € 11.000.000

Embraer Legacy 600 Allemagne 2004

~ 3020 h

 

 

The Legacy 600 is based on the ERJ 135 model. Launched in 2000 at the Farnborough Airshow, the Legacy carries 13 passengers in three partitioned sections for 3,050 nautical miles (5,650 km) or 8 passengers for 3,450 nautical miles (6,390 km). 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 feet (12,000 m) altitude versus 37,000 feet (11,000 m) for the airline configuration. The Legacy Shuttle can seat 19 to 37 in airline-style seats but without the range. Legacy 650 interior 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. Embraer has since launched an extensive lineup of business aircraft, from the entry-level Phenom 100 to the Lineage 1000, a bizliner version of the company's 100-seat E-190. Legacy 600 Cockpit

With the updated Mark I cockpit of the EMB-145, the Legacy includes a Honeywell Primus Elite avionics suite glass cockpit.

 

 

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Ref. Embraer Phenom 100 | ~ US$ 2.600.000

Embraer Phenom 100 2009 Brésil

~ 859 h

 

 

The Embraer EMB-500 Phenom 100 is a very light jet developed by Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer, type certificate is EMB-500. In April 2017, 350 were in service in 37 countries. The Phenom 100 has an oval fuselage with a 7.985 m³ (282 ft³) passenger cabin, a 1.47 m-high by 0.74 m-wide (4.5'x2.1') door and 1.2'x1' windows. Its unpressurized cargo hold is 1.56 m³ (54.9ft³). Its structural life is 28,000 flight cycles or 35,000 hours, built of 20% composite materials. It has capacity for four passengers in its normal configuration, but it can carry up to seven passengers with a single crew, with an optional side-facing seat and belted toilet.[3] The cabin interior is designed by BMW DesignworksUSA. The aircraft is fitted with two rear-mounted Pratt & Whitney Canada PW617-F turbofan engines rated at a takeoff thrust of 7.2 kN (1,695 lb) to ISA+10 °C. The engines have dual full authority digital engine control (FADEC). An automatic performance reserve (APR) feature boosts engine output to 1,777 lb in the event of engine failure on takeoff. Later model PW 617 F-E models have a ten-minute thrust rating at 1,820 lb. It has a maximum flying range of 1,178 nmi (2,182 km) with four occupants and NBAA IFR Reserves.

 

 

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Ref. Learjet 31A | ~ € O.R.

Learjet 31A 2000 Allemagne, Siegerland 

3886 h

 

 The Learjet 31 is an American built twin-engined, high speed business jet. Manufactured by Learjet, a subsidiary of Bombardier Aerospace, as the successor to the Learjet 29, it has a capacity of eight passengers and two crew.

 

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Ref. Learjet 55 | ~ € O.R.

Learjet 55 1982 États-Unis, Florida, Fort Lauderdale

~ 7864 h

 

The Learjet 50 series was first announced at the 1977 Paris air show with larger cabins than the existing Learjets.[1] The series was to have three variants, the Learjet 54, 55 and 56 but only the Learjet 55 was built.[1] The Learjet 55 was a low-wing cantilever monoplane with NASA developed winglets, the winglets gave rise to the nickname Longhorn. The aircraft has a T-tail and is powered by two Garrett TFE731 turbofans mounted each side of the rear fuselage.[1] It has a retractable tricycle landing gear and an enclosed cabin for up to ten passengers and a cockpit for the two crew.[1] Construction of the Learjet 55 began in April 1978 after extensive testing and work on the wing design which came, initially, from the Learjet 25. The Learjet 55 first flew on 19 April 1979. The first production aircraft were produced starting 18 March 1981. 147 Learjet 55 aircraft were delivered.

 

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Ref. Learjet 75 | ~ € O.R.

Learjet 75 2013 Canada

~ 617 h

 

The Learjet 70/75 is a light business jet airplane manufactured by the Learjet division of Canadian aircraft manufacturer Bombardier Aerospace.

 

 

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Ref. Learjet 31A | ~US$ O.R.

Learjet 31A Allemagne 1991  

~ 8221 h 

 

The Learjet 31 is an American built twin-engined, high speed business jet. Manufactured by Learjet, a subsidiary of Bombardier Aerospace, as the successor to the Learjet 29, it has a capacity of eight passengers and two crew.

 

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Ref. Learjet 45XR | ~ US$ 2.995.000

Learjet 45XR 2001 États-Unis

~ 6900 h 

 

The Learjet 45 (LJ45) aircraft is a mid-size business jet aircraft produced by the Learjet Division of Bombardier Aerospace. The Model 45 was the first all-new design since the original Learjet, and significantly altered the Learjet line. Through its four primary variants – the original Model 45, the Model 45XR, Model 40 and Model 40XR – it was the Learjet Division's principal product from the 1990s until the introduction of the Model 75 variant in 2012.

 

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Ref. Learjet 24D | ~ € O.R.

Learjet 24D 1974 États-Unis

~ 8085 h

 

The Learjet 24 is an American six-to-eight-seat (two crew and four to six passengers) twin-engine, high-speed business jet, which was manufactured by Learjet as the successor to the Learjet 23.

 

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