Air Hamburg has signed a purchase agreement with
Embraer for four more Legacy 650E business jets.
The contract has a value of USD 103.6
million, based on current list prices.
With this additional order, the
Germany-based business charter operator, which serves European,
Russian and Middle Eastern destinations, will expand its Embraer
flagship fleet to 17 aircraft (15 Legacy 600/650 and two Phenom
Air Hamburg is the world’s largest
operator of the Legacy 600/650 aircraft models. The delivery of
these aircraft is expected to begin in the second quarter of 2018
and continue at a rate of one per quarter through the first
quarter of 2019.
“Our partnership with Embraer dates
back to 2013 with our first Legacy 600. With this additional
order, we are eager to grow our Embraer fleet by 30% to meet
market demand for these popular aircraft,” said Simon Ebert, Owner
of Air Hamburg. “The premium comfort of the Legacy 650E’s three
cabin zones and the convenience of all the amenities, the
reliability, performance and generous baggage allowance help drive
the satisfaction of our customers.”
he Legacy 650E offers a 10-year or 10,000-flight hour warranty for
systems and components (OEM and supplier), matching the warranty
period to that of the airframe. The Legacy 650E offers three
distinct cabin zones with one of the largest cabins in its class.
“As the global launch
customer of the Legacy 650E, Air Hamburg has proven the success of
the aircraft in delivering a superior customer experience,” said
Michael Amalfitano, President & CEO, Embraer Executive Jets. “We
are proud to support the continued growth of Air Hamburg’s
flagship fleet, which reaffirms the value of our partnership and
of the Legacy 650E.”