The Embraer 600 boasts a six-foot tall cabin that includes eight club seats that fully recline. With a few simple steps, the club seats can be transformed into four beds. A feature that truly sets the Embraer 600 apart from its competitors is its sleek interior. The interior features carbon fiber material alongside slick piano black shades and stitching throughout that is inspired by famous Brazilian beaches.
Alongside modern design, the cabin of the Embraer 600 provides a cabin altitude of 5,800 feet. This allows Embraer to provide the most comfortable cabin in its class — as well as the quietest.
While the cabin is pleasing aesthetically and provides a comfortable setting, the real improvement compared to its predecessor is the technological advancements Embraer has included for its passengers. The touchscreen overhead panel for the passengers is a pleasant touch that is unique to the Praetor 600 and allows the passengers to keep up with the route and current position of the aircraft. The cabin’s Wi-Fi is powered by Viasat Ka-band, unique to the Praetor 500, which provides the aircraft with high-speed connectivity up to 16Mbps.
The Praetor 600 was designed by Embraer to improve upon the range and efficiency of the Legacy class. They achieved that. Powered by the efficient Honeywell HTF 7500E, the Praetor 600 improves the range of the Legacy class, allowing the crew to carry passengers from New York to London without a hitch. Inside the cockpit, the crew uses advanced fly-by-wire technology powered through the Rockwell Collins Pro Line avionics suite.