The Embraer Praetor 600 is a super-midsize private jet produced by the Brazilian aerospace company Embraer. It is a member of the Praetor family of aircraft, which also includes the midsize Praetor 500. It is a follow-up to Embraer’s Legacy follow-up and specifically the Legacy 500.
It is featured in Flexjet’s fractional program.
Super Midsize Cabin
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3,598 nautical miles
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A new Embraer Praetor 600 is listed at $25 million
Embraer announced the development of the Praetor 600 in October 2018 as a follow-up to the Legacy 500. The Praetor 600 completed its first flight on March 1, 2018. It was certified by Brazil’s National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC), the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in the United States, and the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) in April 2019. The first delivery occurred in June 2019.
The Praetor cabin is 6 feet high, 6.10 feet wide, and 26.8 feet wide. The cabin can accommodate up to 9 passengers in a standard configuration, including a three-seat divan. The lavatory is located at the rear of the cabin.
The Praetor 600 is powered by two Honeywell HTF7500E turbofan engines, which provide a maximum cruise speed of Mach 0.83 and a range of up to 4,018 nautical miles (4,623 miles). It has a maximum takeoff weight of 41,000 pounds and a maximum altitude of 45,000 feet.
A new Embraer Praetor 600 starts at $25 million
Embraer’s Praetor 600 is a significantly upgraded version of the Legacy 500...In addition to the Praetor 600's longer range, Embraer brings to business aviation the world's first synthetic vision guidance system (SVGS) instrument approaches.
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Sitting on the apron, the 600 is longer than any of its competitors. It’s not the tallest, the fastest, or the widest super-mid-size aircraft, but in a crowded and competitive field it is the one with, by far, the most range. And at 3,900 nm/7,223 km, it’s awfully close to Gulfstream GIV types.
The Praetor 600 is the first in its category with full fly-by-wire technology, which uses side-stick controls to reduce pilot workload and provide added safety. A special turbulence-reduction feature ensures a smooth and efficient flight.