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Embraer Praetor 600

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Luxwing widens ops radius with economical Praetor
Luxwing has been a long term admirer of Embraer aircraft, and jumped at the chance to fly the Brazilian OEM's newest model. The Praetor 600 is said to be cheap to run and has favourable range.
Luxwing now operates 14 aircraft.
Read this story in our August 2019 printed issue.

Maltese operator Luxwing has taken delivery of an Embraer Praetor 600. CEO Giuseppe Sapia and commercial director Daniele Guida are very pleased with the purchase: “The Praetor has the best range in its category, it’s a super midsize jet with the operation costs of smaller airplanes and range and cabin space of superior category,” enthuses Sapia.

“Its competitors are more expensive. We operate 14 airplanes from entry level jet category until super mid, and our area of operation is Europe, Africa and Russia. Now that we have the Praetor, we are looking to extend our area of operation.”

Guida has been impressed with the aircraft's new features: “The Praetor is the first airplane which has installed the new Embraer active turbulence reduction feature, which offers the most comfortable flying in all weather conditions.

“With this acquisition Luxwing continues to grow its fleet in collaboration with Embraer. We hope to add more Embraer jets to our AOC and become the principal Embraer airplane operator in Malta.

“This jet is the third of five new aircraft that will arrive with us during this year, and we expect another three during 2020. We have a long term programme that will change completely our fleet, with the introduction of new planes and features, increasing the service on board.”

Other News
Air Charter Scotland adds Liverpool base for Praetor 600
January 20, 2023
Since coming online in October and December, the two Praetor 600s have flown charter to the Caribbean and the Middle East. G-GDAB is based out of Liverpool and London Luton airports, G-MCEN out of Luton.
Voluxis adds Praetor 600 to Farnborough fleet
December 18, 2022
The brand new jet is sure to be popular with Voluxis clients and will slot in perfectly to its fleet, offering a midway point size and range-wise between its smaller Phenom 300 and its Global 5000.
Praetor 600 arrival highlights Air Charter Scotland CAMO approval
October 1, 2022
The first of two Praetor 600s made a ferry flight to its new home at Liverpool John Lennon airport in Liverpool, where it will be managed and offered for charter, following expanded EASA CAMO approval.