The price of a Embraer Legacy 650 is between US$15.00 and US$21.00 million for 2015 – 2019 models, the last 5 years of production, according to AircraftBluebook.
The price of a jet depends on the production year. Embraer Legacy 650 were produced from 2010 to 2019. You can see current prices for the last 5 production years in the AircraftBluebook tab below.
We also display the latest JETNET data which shows the range of prices for Embraer Legacy 650 currently listed with an asking price. The data also shows market trends including whether the average ask price for this aircraft has increased or decreased in the last six months.
The data from Asset Insight covers Current Value Range, Asset Quality Rating and ETP ratio. Explanations of the key terms can be found next to them in the tab by clicking the ? mark.
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What Impacts an Embraer
Legacy 650’s Price?
There are many things that impact the prices of individual
Embraer Legacy 650 jets.
If you’re considering buying a Legacy 650, you should
understand that the condition and value of one aircraft can differ
significantly from another. Even aircraft produced in the same year
can vary significantly in quality and equipage.
The fair market value of a specific jet needs to be negotiated
between the buyer and seller, and should account for several
factors, including the aircraft’s year of production; how it
has been configured and modified; and its maintenance
It's important to look further into the maintenance condition
of an Embraer Legacy 650 that the obvious signs of surface wear and
tear on the interior and exterior. And prospective buyers should
also weigh up an aircraft’s proximity to potentially
expensive, scheduled overhauls or inspections, and whether the
aircraft is enrolled on a transferrable hourly engine maintenance
Why Does the Embraer
Legacy 650 Fleet for Sale Number Matter?
The number of Legacy 650s on the market matters because of supply
and demand principles that drive the market. When a relatively
small proportion of the fleet is on the pre-owned market, the price
of that model can be impacted since sellers usually have a stronger
So, as a rule of thumb, when less than 10% of a fleet of
aircraft is for sale, traditionally the market favors the seller,
whereas when more than 10% of the fleet is for sale buyers tend to
dictate a sale price more.
Furthermore, newer aircraft (those aged under five years) tend
to command higher buyer interest in the pre-owned
What Else Should an
Embraer Legacy 650 Buyer Consider?
When deciding if an Embraer Legacy 650 is within budget, buyers
should be aware that the costs don’t stop with the purchase.
There are ongoing variable hourly operating costs and fixed hourly
operating costs to consider.
How Does the Embraer
Legacy 650 Compare With Other Aircraft?
Check out our Embraer Legacy 650 Jet Comparison articles by
industry expert, Mike Chase, here: