The Legacy 600 offers first-class comfort for up to 16 passengers in the largest stand-up cabin of any super mid-size jet. Three cabin zones provide comfort and privacy - a unique feature in this category. Proven over millions of flight hours in high-utilization environments, the Legacy airframe features fuel-efficient Rolls-Royce AE 3007 series engines and delivers up to 3,250 nm of range. All of this makes Legacy 600 an easy choice in any economy - the ideal balance of comfort, performance and cost. The Legacy 600 is priced at US$23.6 million in January 2006 economic conditions.
On Legacy Shuttle up to 19 passengers can travel in business class comfort. The cabin is versatile and can be easily tailored to meet specific needs, such as more passengers: up to 37 passengers may be comfortably accommodated in an airline-type configuration aboard the Shuttle HC, thus enhancing owner productivity, while retaining the same cabin space, and offering an even larger baggage compartment (325 cubic feet or 9.2 cubic meters). Legacy Shuttle delivers a range of 1,910 nm. The Legacy Shuttle is priced at US$ 18.52 million and the Legacy Shuttle HC at US$ 17.80 million, both in January 2006 economic conditions.
Phenom 100, Phenom 300
Phenom 100 will deliver premium comfort, outstanding performance and low operating cost. These are the key design drivers for this jet. It will be designed for high utilization and high availability. Its pilot-friendly cockpit and docile flying qualities will enable single-pilot operation and an easy transition for less experienced pilots.
The Phenom 100 will carry up to eight people and be powered by Pratt & Whitney Canada's PW617F engine, with 1,615 pounds of thrust. Its range will be 1,160 nautical miles with four people onboard and it will have a maximum operating speed of Mach 0.7. The airplane is designed for a short takeoff distance and is capable of flying at 41,000 feet. The Phenom 100 is expected to enter service in mid-2008 and will be priced at $2.75 million in 2005 economic conditions.
The Phenom 300 range will be 1,800 nautical miles with six people onboard, and it will have a maximum operating speed of Mach 0.78. The airplane is also designed for a short takeoff distance and is capable of flying at 45,000 feet. The Phenom 300 is expected to enter service in mid-2009 and be priced at US$ 6.65 million in 2005 economic conditions.