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Article from BTNews 6 DECEMBER 2010

Alan Sugar gets new jet first

Lord (Alan) Sugar has become the first purchaser of the brand new Embraer Legacy 650 business jet.  With a list price of US$27.5m, the transatlantic capable aircraft was certificated last week prior to delivery.  The aircraft will be operated by Stansted-based VIP charter operator Titan Airways Executive, who will also be marketing the aircraft for third party charter use.  The Legacy 650 will be maintained and supported at Inflite, which already looks after Lord Sugar’s previous Legacy 600.

The Legacy 650 jet is configured with 13 seats in three distinct cabin zones, stowable tables, a spacious galley and large washroom facilities.  It also features Inmarsat’s SwiftBroadband system for high-speed internet inflight and a state of the art inflight entertainment system. 

The aircraft can also operate out of London City Airport and has sufficient range to make it as far as Abu Dhabi and Washington DC non-stop. www.titan-airways.co.uk

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