GENEVA, Switzerland – Embraer Executive Jets and the Germany-based business charter operator Air Hamburg have signed a purchase agreement for yet another Legacy 650. The agreement was announced today at the opening of the 16th European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (EBACE) in Geneva, Switzerland. The delivery of this aircraft is scheduled for the third quarter of 2016.
This new acquisition brings to nine the total of Embraer business jets in Air Hamburg’s fleet, currently comprised of seven Legacy 600/650 and one Phenom 300, which serve its customers’ travels to European, Russian and Middle Eastern destinations.
“We believe that customer loyalty is earned by ensuring their total satisfaction, and by building strong and enduring relationships. Partnerships are established based on real commitment, and we are pleased to support Air Hamburg’s continuous growth,” said Marco Tulio Pellegrini, President & CEO, Embraer Executive Jets. “We understand that executive jets are powerful tools for successful decision makers worldwide, who value speed, flexibility, efficiency, and productivity in their daily business relations as well as for leisure travel with their family. The Legacy 650 offers all these values, including an outstanding cabin comfort based on a proven platform with over 25 million hours flown.”
“Our customers have been consistently pleased with the superior and unparalleled Legacy 600/650 flight experience. By offering three distinct cabin zones, with the largest cabin and baggage compartment in their classes, these aircraft combine everything we need to meet our unwavering commitment to offer best-in-class services,” said Simon Ebert, Partner, Air Hamburg. “Embraer business jets’ great reliability is also fundamental for our growth strategy as well as to keeping our round-the-clock service available every day of the year.”