Million Air Dallas has added a new 2015 Legacy 500 to their Charter/Management fleet, the largest and most diverse in North Texas. Featuring the largest windows in its class, the Legacy 500’s cabin is bright and spacious, the only full stand-up cabin with a flat floor in the medium range executive jet category, providing excellent runway performance, and US coast-to-coast range.
This eight-passenger jet is the new era of midsize jets, with convenience factors like no other. Having the best cabin in its class; 6 ft. 10 in. wide, with a 6 ft. ceiling and flat floor, even the tall businessman is comfortable maneuvering inside. The cabin seats swivel, offer lateral, fwd/aft movement and accommodate four fully berthable positions. All four seats recline, of which, two seats are equipped with massage/heating, for comfort and luxury. With a fully-equipped wet galley, Blu-ray, and Wi-Fi capability, including in-flight entertainment on both 17.5 and personal 9-inch monitors, connectivity and convenience are effortless. The Legacy 500 also has in-flight access to a large baggage compartment and stowage area off the enclosed Lavatory.
The newest technology is game-changing! This Legacy 500 is the first mid-size jet with fly-by-wire side stick controls, resulting in higher performance, and the enjoyment of a smooth flight and a quieter cabin. From the pilot’s point of view, it’s a fabulous ride. Giving passengers more range, more cabin room, great technology, and the speed, is top performance.
“The new Legacy 500 is a nice addition to our fleet, and keeps us at the forefront of new technological aircraft” states Bob Schmidt, Vice President, Director of Operations.
Million Air Dallas offers charter clients and managed aircraft owners the flexibility and versatility to utilize the entire fleet, from light jets through mid-size, super-mid, to large and long-range transport category models for domestic and global travel. Currently offering 17 home fleet jet options including: Gulfstream G650, G450 and GIV-SP, Bombardier Global Express, Global 5000 and Learjet 45XR, Embraer Legacy 650 and 500, Bombardier Challenger 604, 350, and 300, Cessna Citation Sovereign (2), Excel, Ultra, CJ3, and a Raytheon Hawker 900XP.
Reprinted from a press release supplied by Million Air.