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Embraer Legacy 450

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Overview

Embraer unveiled a mock up of its Legacy 450 at EBACE 2008; up until that point the mid-light jet had been referred to as the MLJ.

It first flew on 28 December, 2013 and received its Brazilian certification on 11 August, 2015. It was certified by the FAA and EASA shortly afterwards and the first delivery was made on 22 December of that year.

The Legacy 450 is a low wing,T-tail aircraft with cabin pressurisation, powered by two rear mounted Honeywell JTF7500E turbofans, each giving 6,540 lbf of thrust. The landing gear is fully retractable and designed to be operated on paved runways only. It has short runway ability, a six and a-half hour flying time and achieves 22 minutes to cruise altitude.

The Legacy 450 also has a six ft flat floor cabin, fully reclining seats that are paired with a window, noise reducing technologies and can seat up to nine passengers.

Originally assembled exclusively in São José dos Campos, Brazil, production moved to the US in June 2016, and the first model rolled off a US assembly line on 14 December, 2016, one year after the type had entered service.

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Duncan Aviation
www.duncanaviation.aero
Family-owned Duncan Aviation is known for its maintenance expertise, one-shop capabilities and fast turntimes.
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News from Business Air News
First Brazilian Praetor 500 conversion takes place
April 25, 2021
Embraer has already converted a total of 20 Legacy 450s into Praetor 500s in Europe, North America and now in Brazil. The full conversion process can be performed at Embraer owned service centres such as Sorocaba.
First Praetor 500 conversion arrives at AirSprint
March 19, 2021
By the end of 2021, Canada's AirSprint will have three Praetor 500 aircraft in its fleet: two converted from Legacy 450s and one factory-new. The jet is capable of flights of 3,340 nm at long-range cruise speed.
West Star grows Chattanooga Embraer programme
March 5, 2021
With an additional 12,500 sq ft of hangar space, West Star has the ability to offer additional maintenance and service needs to even more customers, reducing turn times and getting customers back in the air sooner.
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