In the month that the company celebrates its golden jubilee, Embraer will exhibit the new Praetor 500 and Praetor 600 business jets at LABACE, the largest business aviation show in Latin America.
The Praetor jets, Embraer’s latest aircraft, are the most technologically advanced aircraft in their categories and they will be on static display from August 13–15 at Congonhas Airport, in São Paulo.
The Praetor 500 is a midsize jet with a continental range of 3,250 nautical miles (6,019km) for up to nine passengers, capable of single-stop flights from São Paulo to any city in South America or to destinations in Europe or North America. The Praetor 600 is a super-midsize jet for up to 12 passengers, with an intercontinental range of 4,018 nautical miles (7,441km), allowing for nonstop flights between São Paulo and Miami, Rio de Janeiro and Fort Lauderdale, or Madrid and Recife.
In addition to the new Praetor jets, Embraer will exhibit the Phenom 100EV, the third generation of its acclaimed Phenom 100, the most successful jet in Brazil’s business aviation history, and the Phenom 300E, the best-selling business jet for the last decade, with more than 500 aircraft in operation in 30 countries.
In celebration of its golden jubilee, Embraer will also exhibit its pioneer, the Bandeirante, a twin-engine turboprop aircraft that led to the creation of Embraer on August 19, 1969 for its serial production.
Embraer’s Customer Services and Support team will bring TechCare Space to LABACE, presenting a full suite of support solutions.
The Interior Workshop, located in the Sorocaba Service Center, will showcase its new showroom with aircraft customisation accessories, material samples, modifications cases and a software application that allows the customer to evaluate and validate various interior configurations.