- 09 Apr 2020
- René Banglesdorf
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Competing in the entry level jet market is the Embraer Phenom 100, which typically offers a capacity for four to six passengers (with optional side facing seat and belted toilet). A pair of FADEC-controlled PW617-F turbofans powers this single-pilot-certified jet towards a range of 1,178 nm. It also features all-glass Garmin avionics.
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Embraer Phenom 100 Jet Snapshot
By Matt Harris
The Phenom 100 is an Entry-Level Jet built by Embraer. Typically it can seat five passengers. Production started in 2008, and ended in 2013 when the upgraded 100E was introduced. Embraer built 308 Phenom 100s (according to JETNET). Aircraft Bluebook’s winter 2020 price data shows the cost of a Phenom 100 ranged between $1.2m (2008 model) and $2.0m (2013 model).
What makes the Phenom 100 stand out?
Powered by two Pratt & Whitney PW617E-F engines, and designed for single-pilot operations, the Phenom 100 provides a spacious cabin and high speed compared to several other comparative business jets on the market. It also offers a fully enclosed lavatory. The 1,242nm-range Phenom 100 was Embraer’s first clean-sheet business jet design.
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