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I'm not positive but I believe there is one operating on the west coast through EJM. Don't quote me for sure, but I believe there was a thread on here several months ago regarding a corporate shuttle using an ERJ.
It is a shuttle operation for the aforementioned company. Not sure how many airplanes they are using. The shuttle is operated by EJM - callsign you heard was probably 'Jetspeed'. It's a great deal so we only very rarely hire for the shuttle and it's usually into the BE1900.
Swift is the marketing/sales group for US and middle east. I had heard they might manage a Legacy for a company, but not sure if thats still on. Nearly 80 Legacy's have been purchased according to recent articles. JAA just certified the aircraft, FAA soon to follow. I was able to get a look at one on display and it looks like a great aircraft with reasonable DOC's. It has a cabin very similar to a G4, though not quite as tall but a bit longer if I remember correctly. The flightdeck is HUGE by most corporate aircraft standards. I've heard GLEX pilot's rave at the roominess of the flightdeck. Plus, the a/c is several MILLION less than a G4. Granted, won't got the distance of a G4/GLEX, however it will give an owner A LOT of room for the dollar.
EJM stands for Executive Jet Management. www.ejmjets.com. They are the charter division of Netjets, a Bershire Hathaway company. Based at Lunken Airport in Cincinnati, Ohio. EJM staffs the ERJs for intel. The last email I got announcing openings for the 1900 was around six months ago, but the ERJ was maybe nine months ago.