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Embraer Legacy 600

A tight schedule and high demands of the customer, require great experience and flexibility.
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Some things just take time – but in the end, the result is simply great. This was also the case with this refurbishment project of an Embraer Legacy 600.
We had already been in contact with the owner of the machine for a good 2 years before the project started. It was quickly clear that we would like to start this project together, but he and his machine are very much in international operations and so it took a while until the optimal time for the realization of the refurbishment has come.
With the 144-month inspection, which was carried out by Jetstory / Poland, a suitable time slot had finally come. But now everything had to happen especially fast … of course!

The owner is also the only user of this business jet. The design was therefore something very private and he already had a clear idea of how his new and personal interior should be. With a modern black & white contrast, the look of the cabin should be brought back to “the state of the art”. And for this he spared no means. According to the motto “If you’re going to change something, then change it right”, almost nothing in the interior of the aircraft remained as it was delivered in its original state.

The update of this Legacy 600 was thus very extensive. All seats have received completely new foams and have been reupholstered in white leather, with steel Stay Clean finish. The diamond stitching elegantly completes the design of the seats. Additionally, new seat belts were installed. The replating was done by HFT. The headline now shines in bright white, for which Ultraleather from TAPIS was used. At the owner’s request, the Divan was upholstered in very high-quality fabric, which harmonizes in color with the rest of the interior design. New cushions invite you to linger and relax.

The surfaces have been given a black high-gloss varnishing. This provides an impressive contrast in the cabin. New mirrors, as well as the stone floor in the galley and the lavatories, were simply not to be missed in this refurbishment.
In order for such extensive changes to be carried out precisely and on time, many decisions had to be made and many details discussed.
And because the project had to be adapted to the owner’s tight schedule, we were asked to organize the material selection and design matching directly on the aircraft.
We were happy to comply with this customer request. However, within two days we had to ensure that the lounge office area in the hangar at the Katowice/Poland location was transformed into a respectable on-site showroom.

The owner was advised on site by CEO Carsten Matthiesen, who was able to contribute his entire wealth of experience from 11 completed legacy refurbishment projects. Thanks to the in-depth presentation of the possibilities, based on the samples and examples brought along, the decision-making process was then completed within just one hour – and Carsten was able to make his way back to Switzerland quite quickly … in filthy weather and -20°C.

After the project start, AeroVisto took over the entire project management – including disassembly and assembly on site, as well as the necessary logistics. From the owner’s side, we were supported by Łukasz Chrzanowski, whom we welcomed several times to our manufactory in Staad for further fine-tuning.

After this heavy refurbishment, this Legacy 600 is once again ready to serve its owner well in the years to come in worldwide business operations. We are happy that we were allowed to realize another very personal interior for the owner of an Embraer Legacy. And that it has become a real eye-catcher – this is once again very well shown in the pictures of Helmut Harringer.

And we are already looking forward to helping other Embraer customers to give their business jet interiors a new shine with a very personal touch.

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