Phenom 100 For Sale US, UK & RoW
History of the Embraer Phenom 100
The first flight of the Phenom 100 was in July 2007 with the first delivery in December 2008. It was designed for use by a single owner-operator and found fame as a classic entry-level jet, used by several airline training departments and for RAF student training.
The Phenom 100 was followed by its successor, the Phenom 300.
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Familiarise yourself with the specifications, before you buy a Phenom 100.
The Phenom 100 executive jet stands at 14ft 3in and is 42ft 1in length. Its wing span is 40ft and 4in and 17ft 6in tail. Its standard basic operating weight is 7,220lb.
The twin Pratt & Whitney PW617F1-E engines provide 1,730 lbf of thrust each, 15% more than Embraer’s previous models. This shortens take offs and cuts 25% off the time to reach cruising altitude.
With a maximum operating altitude of 41,000ft it can reach a high speed cruise of 405 kts and it has a range of 1,178 (based on four occupants).
The Phenom 100 is designed to work on single pilot operation, with intuitive avionics and reduced checklists, due to smart automation.
The Oval Lite Cabin was designed by BMW DesignworksUSA and has a length of 11ft. Its height measures 4ft 9in and it has a width of 5ft 1in and it has a volume of 212 cubic feet. The large windows offer plenty of natural light, including in the private lavatory, which makes it the only one in this category with windows.
The standard seating configuration allows for four passengers, with a maximum of seven passengers and single crew.
The cockpit comes installed with the Prodigy Touch Flight Deck, which is equipped with three 14.1in interchangeable displays, standard Flight Management and Synthetic Vision Systems, and weather radar, featuring vertical scan, ground clutter suppression and turbulence detection.