EMBRAER LEGACY 650
- Passengers 13
With a large baggage capacity, long range and space for up to 13 passengers, the Embraer Legacy 650 is the ideal charter option for large groups travelling across the Atlantic or from Europe to the Middle East.
About this aircraft
- First delivered in 2010, the Embraer Legacy 650 is a longer-range version of the Legacy 600.
- Its cabin is split into three distinct zones and typically accommodates 13 passengers.
- The aircraft is capable of non-stop flights from London to New York, Paris to Dubai, and Sydney to Singapore.
- Its baggage hold is among the largest in its class, with room for about 20 suitcases.
- Production ceased in 2017 when Embraer began delivering the Legacy 650E, an upgraded aircraft with more modern technology and interiors.
The Embraer 650 is renowned for its large baggage hold and three-zone cabin, making it a popular choice for large groups like bands who travel with a lot of luggage.
The spacious Embraer Legacy 650 typically features 10 passenger seats and a three-seat divan spread across three cabin zones. Seats can be fully reclined to create four single beds and one double bed. There’s also a fully equipped galley and a large lavatory.
In post-2012 650s and the upgraded 650E, the cabin management system includes passenger controls at all seats, iPod/iPhone docking stations, Blu-ray players, radio, 3D maps and wireless remote control.
Below is a standard configuration found in an Embraer Legacy 650.
Interesting facts to learn before you fly
- The Legacy 650 has a 15% longer range than its predecessor, the Legacy 600.
- Natural light floods the cabin through 22 windows.
- A large baggage hold at the rear of the aircraft is accessible during flights.
- The 650E (the E stands for Evolution) is an upgraded model with updated technology and restyled seats.
The Legacy 650 is powered by two Rolls-Royce AE3007A2 turbofan engines, generating up to 9,020 lbs each of thrust.
Inside, the aircraft is equipped with a Honeywell Primus avionics suite. The flight deck includes LCD displays with cursor control device, new airspace operations standards, and charts and maps capability. The flight deck in the post-2012 version features SmartRunway and SmartLanding systems, which improve the flight crew’s situational awareness.
Following the success of the spacious Legacy 600, Embraer set out to produce a longer-range version. The Legacy 650 took its maiden flight in 2009 before making its first delivery in late 2010.
The aircraft received type certifications from the National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC) in Brazil and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) in October 2010, followed by the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in February 2011. ANAC also certified the Legacy 650 for high altitude landing and takeoff operations in August 2012.
Nearly 100 Legacy 650s were delivered before production ceased in 2017 when Embraer began delivering the upgraded Legacy 650E.
Founded in 1969 with the help of the Brazilian government, Embraer has grown into the world’s third-largest commercial jet manufacturer, delivering over 8,000 aircraft in total and employing 18,000 people across sites in the Americas, Africa, Asia and Europe. Today an Embraer aircraft takes off every 10 seconds and its planes carry an average of 145 million passengers a year.
Embraer’s first aircraft was the Bandeirante, a turboprop plane designed for both civilian and military purposes. Aiming to remain at the forefront of avionics, the brand continuously reinvents its product designs with every new line of aircraft and allocates 10% of its total revenue towards research, development, innovation and improving industrial solutions.
The average price for a pre-owned Embraer Legacy 650 is $18.9 million (USD).
Charter rates for the Embraer Legacy 650 can vary greatly depending on the length of the journey you have planned, as well as the airports you decide to fly in and out of.
If you’d like to book a private charter flight on the Embraer Legacy 650, contact our team today. For information on other private jets, browse our list of available aircraft.
Wet lease rates
ACMI (aircraft, crew, maintenance and insurance) wet lease rates for the Embraer Legacy 650 vary depending on the age of the aircraft, length of lease term, number of block hours guaranteed and average cycle ratio.