Embraer delivers first Legacy 650 executive jet

The recently certified aircraft will be operated by Titan Airways Executive, based in the U.K.

São José dos Campos, November 2010 – Embraer delivered the first large category Legacy 650 executive jet, last Friday, to Amsair Aircraft Limited, owned by Lord Alan Sugar. The recently certified aircraft, to be based at London Stansted Airport (STN), U.K., will be operated by Titan Airways Executive, a VIP charter company, and will receive support and maintenance services from Inflite, an Embraer authorized service center in the U.K.

Launched one year ago at NBAA 2009, the Legacy 650 can fly up to 3,900 nautical miles (7,223 kilometers), nonstop, with four passengers, or 3,840 nautical miles (7,112 kilometers) with eight passengers. The new jet has a roomy cabin and a spacious galley, as well as the largest inflight accessible baggage compartment of its category.

“We are extremely excited about taking delivery of the first Legacy 650, worldwide,” said Alastair Kiernan, Titan Airways Executive Commercial Director. “Coinciding with the launch of our new brand, Titan Airways Executive, this fabulous aircraft will enable us to offer transatlantic nonstop services to our customers with a very high level of comfort.”

About Titan Airways
Founded in 1988, Titan Airways (www.titan-airways.com) is based in London Stansted Airport (STN), U.K., with operations in Europe and Africa. The company offers VIP charter operations for individuals and groups, professional aircraft management services, and leasing and cargo services. Titan Airways employs approximately 220 personnel based mainly at STN.


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