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Embraer Praetor 600

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Praetor 600 joins Centreline charter fleet
Centreline has a lot of experience flying Embraer executive jets, especially the Legacy 500, and is excited to be able to offer the new Praetor to customers.
The Praetor 600 will be based at London Luton airport.
Read this story in our August 2023 printed issue.

Centreline, part of the full-service business aviation company Pula Aviation Services, has added a factory-new, super mid-size Embraer Praetor 600 to its charter fleet. The aircraft is based in London Luton airport at Signature Flight Support’s FBO and is available for immediate charter.

The Praetor 600 is based on the Legacy 500 but has a higher fuel capacity and more powerful engines. With 4,018 nm of range, non-stop trips such as London to New York, São Paulo to Miami, or Dubai to London are all possible.

The aircraft features a six ft tall, flat floor cabin and a vacuum service lavatory. It can seat up to nine passengers in comfortable leather recliners and a sofa.

"Centreline has a lot of experience flying Embraer executive jets, especially the Legacy 500. We are very excited to be able to offer the new Praetor to our customers," says COO Gus Paterson.

Centreline’s fleet comprises of Beechcraft King Air 200s, Embraer Phenom 300s, Legacy 500s, Praetor 600s, Dassault Falcon 900LXs and a Falcon 8X based across the UK and Guernsey.

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