Legacy 600 Overview

Aircraft Class

Heavy Jet

Price (Per Hour)

$5,200 - $6,200



Year of Manufacture

2003 - 2010

The Legacy 600 was designed from Embraer’s ERJ-135 and -145 with modifications for performance and executive transport. It typically seats 8 to 12 passengers with a maximum capacity of 16. The Legacy 600 is a favorite among charter clients looking for a well-rounded cabin experience and solid performance.

Legacy 600 charters are perfect for cross-country or international travel, offering a luxurious and efficient flight option.

Legacy 600 Interior



Cabin Volume

1766 cu. ft.

Cabin Dimensions

43' x 6'9" x 6'1" ft.

Baggage Capacity

240 cu. ft.

The cabin of the Legacy 600 Executive is often arranged in three sections with club seating, a conference area, three-place sofa, and appropriate tables for each. Technological amenities may include a wireless high-speed connection, telephone and fax capabilities, an Airshow system, and a DVD entertainment system.

The Legacy 600 also offers a full service galley, wardrobe, full-width lavatory, an airstair passenger door, and 240 cubic feet of air-conditioned, pressurized, and in-flight accessible baggage space. Additionally, the Legacy 600 features a large external cargo door, which allows for loading irregularly shaped objects.

Legacy 600 Performance

Aircraft Range

3,740 Nautical Miles

Cruise Speed

518 MPH

The original powerplant for the Legacy Executive included two Rolls-Royce AE 3007 A1P turbofan engines, which have since been uprated to AE 3007 A1Es. Differences between the Legacy and the ERJ-135 and -145 from which it was derived include a new fuel system, added winglets, underbelly and cargo compartment tanks, and the updated Honeywell Primus 1000 digital avionics suite.

Other design features of the Legacy 600 Executive are a T-tail and low-mounted, swept wings.The Legacy also exists in a Corporate Shuttle version, configured for 19 or 20 passengers. This aircraft has a lower maximum altitude and a shorter range than the Legacy 600 Executive, and it is powered by two Rolls Royce AE 3007 A1/3 engines.