Embraer publicly debuted its new Legacy 650 at the seventh Latin American Business Conference and Exhibition (LABACE), at Congonhas Airport, in Sao Paulo, Brazil. A variant of the Legacy 600, the new model is fitted with an aft ventral tank and a wet center wing box to provide a 500-nm range increase. That enables the new model to fly 3,900 nm nonstop with four passengers, or 3,800 nm with eight passengers, with NBAA IFR fuel reserves. The three-zone cabin, identical to that of the Legacy ...
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