Embraer Executive Jets will display its complete portfolio of business aircraft at the National Business Aviation Association Convention and Exhibition, in Las Vegas, NV, on October 22-24. This year will mark the Company’s largest participation at the NBAA Convention, when all of its executive jets will be exhibited, including a new mockup of the Legacy 450 mid-light jet, and the third production-conforming prototype of the Legacy 500 midsize jet, which is engaged in the flight test campaign.
The Company will hold a press conference on October 21, from 10:00am to 10:45am, in Room N115 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, and will receive its customers and guests at exhibit N2532.
“We are thrilled to bring our full range of business aircraft to NBAA, for the first time,” said Ernest Edwards, President, Embraer Executive Jets. “From the Phenom 100 to the Lineage 1000, we will present new technology, new options, and aesthetics that further enhance the features, performance and styling leadership of our executive jets.”
The mockup of the Legacy 450, on display at the Company’s convention center exhibit, showcases the only Full Fly-By-Wire mid-light jet, and the largest six-foot flat-floor cabin in its class, seating up to nine passengers in the most innovative environmental design and ergonomic feature interactivity in today’s business jets.
The portfolio of Embraer Executive Jets will be on static display at Henderson Executive Airport, exhibit #245, where the public may visit each aircraft, including the light jet Phenom 300, the latest interior design of the Legacy 650, as well as the new version of the Lineage 1000.