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Global Jet

Embraer Legacy 600/650

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Legacy 650 could make Nice routes twice as nice
Global Jet will be able to connect Nice and New York with its recently-delivered Legacy 650. A three-zone cabin offers ample space for guests to dine, relax and sleep, and there is a large baggage compartment.
The spacious and well-appointed cabin of Global Jet's latest Legacy 650.
Read this story in our February 2019 printed issue.

Swiss operator Global Jet has added a Legacy 650 to its charter fleet. Based at the Nice Cote d'Azur airport, the aircraft can accommodate up to 13 passengers and the company says that it has a striking interior with a spacious cabin and low noise levels. From Nice it will be able to reach New York non-stop.

The Legacy's cabin is divided into three zones. The forward cabin features double club-seating, while the middle cabin provides four-place dining. The aft cabin is separated from the other two compartments and can be closed by a sliding curtain. During night flying, the aircraft is equipped with one double and four single beds. The galley is located in the front of the aircraft and wi-fi is available throughout.

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