Swiss operator Nomad Aviation has added an Embraer Legacy 600 to its managed fleet, which will be operated under the company's AOC. The business jet was available for VIP charter and for medevac missions as of 1 December.
The aircraft offers comfortable and spacious seating for up to 13 passengers in two cabin zones. In the main cabin guests can enjoy club and conference seating, while in the rear cabin a seating arrangement with a divan and two individual chairs is provided. During night flight, the aircraft's seats are quickly converted into six full flat beds. The cabin interior is light and airy with soft cream coloured leather seats and a light grey carpet. Passengers can enjoy a full entertainment system including airshow throughout the flight. A fully equipped forward galley and a rear lavatory with direct access to the baggage compartment completes the cabin.
The adaptability of the Legacy 600's interior allows Nomad to quickly transform it from VIP configuration to air ambulance, complete with one or two stretchers, while the rear cabin offers space for doctors, nurses or relatives.
“We are very much looking forward to providing our charter clients with a worldwide proven aircraft,” says Christoph Thurnherr, Nomad's VP of aircraft management and sales. “The super midsize Legacy 600 perfectly complements our existing charter fleet. Additionally, this aircraft will allow us to offer safe medevac flights with full medical support teams to any location across the globe.”
Thomas Köhli, CEO, adds: “With the steadily growing aircraft fleet with various sizes and flight ranges we can cater to more individual travel needs. The Legacy 600 combines range, comfort and style and easily adapts to new flight operations.”