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Legacy 450 set for EU deliveries as it passes EASA requirements
Embraer's Legacy 450 has received type certification from EASA, exceeding targets such as range, runway performance, hot and high take-off distance and maximum payload.
Read this story in our October 2015 printed issue.

Embraer's Legacy 450 has received type certification from EASA, exceeding targets such as range, runway performance, hot and high take-off distance and maximum payload. The aircraft has already been certified by the FAA and ANAC, the Brazilian civil aviation authority.

“This is a great achievement that paves the way for deliveries to begin in the member states of the European Union as well as in EASA-associated countries,” says president and ceo Marco Tulio Pellegrini. “The Legacy 450 is a revolutionary business jet that reinforces our commitment to delivering true innovation to the market.”

With a range of up to 2,575 nm the mid-light jet can fly non-stop from Dubai to Moscow and has one of the largest cabins in its class, along with seating for up to nine passengers and full digital fly-by-wire technology. Production of the Legacy 450 has already begun and the first delivery is scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2015. 

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