The Phenom 300 Light Jet start’s at $2,200 and up. The Phenom 300 Light Jet.



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"Phenom 300, Information!"

The cockpit has been designed with a human factors philosophy and this jet has the largest galley, baggage and windows in its class. "The Phenom 300 Private Jet."

Embraer designers took the basic fuselage cross-section of the 100 and ran with it.

They gave the 300 a longer fuselage, an all-new wing, powerful and quiet Pratt & Whitney Canada turbofan engines, a hefty fuel capacity and solid construction.

The moderately swept wing stands in contrast to the 100's straight-leading-edge design.

In fact, the wing of the 300 looks for all the world like that of a large jet. Though not related to it, the 300's wing is reminiscent of the swept wing of the Legacy 600.

In addition to the effective wing flaps, the 300 features fly-by-wire spoilers that act as speed brakes or as lift dump devices. When used as spoilers, they automatically lower when flaps are extended or when the airspeed drops below 110 knots indicated.

"Phenom 300 Jet Charter"
"Seats with recline capability."
"Full movement capability for all seats."
"Cabin temperature controlled by VIP seat."
"Standard lavatory pocket door."

When armed, they activate on landing with weight on wheels to dump the lift and help get the airplane slowed down. The 300 doesn't need much runway.

When it came to selecting engines in this thrust category, Embraer had several options, including the Williams FJ44s used on the CJ4, but it went with the Pratts and couldn't be happier about that choice.

The engines, PW535E models, are rated at 3,360 pounds of thrust apiece and are substantially quieter than the most stringent noise requirements.

And with the Phenom 300 meeting or exceeding every goal Embraer has set for it, from takeoff distance to high-speed cruise, the engines get much of the credit.

Both feature Embraer's Oval Lite cross-section shape that gives better legroom and headroom than does the competition.

The 300 is a light jet, so you won't mistake the cabin for that of a midsize jet — it has a center aisle, but with the Oval Lite concept, Embraer has cleverly maximized the comfort of the cabin.

The airplane's full-size, minimalist-styled seats slide toward the center for additional room and recline almost fully for a very sleepable platform. Even the armrests retract, so you can get them out of the way when more room is needed.

The lavatory is another impressive feature. With an easy-to-operate, hard sliding door, a full-size potty and generous basin, the 300's lav is the best in a light jet.

"Phenom 300 Charter"
"BMW Design works USA Design."
"Largest baggage compartment in its class."
"Largest windows in its class."
"Unique among Light Jets; windows in the lav."
"Best pressurization in class (6,600 ft max)."

At 66 cubic feet, the external rear baggage compartment is big enough to carry a reasonable number of bags for all of the passengers.

Even in its standard configuration, the door is better than many that you'll see in many light midsize airplanes.

At 29 inches across and 58 inches in height, the door makes it easier to get in and out while offering a kind of ramp appeal that, like many of the features on the 300, is typically associated with airplanes that cost much more.

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"PHENOM 300, Private Jet Charter!"

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Embraer began designing the Phenom 300 after finding that potential customers of the Phenom 100 would also like a bigger aircraft.

It was a new design with the aim of allowing operation to smaller airports like London City and Telluride Regional Airport.

It first flew on 29 April 2008,[3] and was type certificated on 3 December 2009. On 29 December 2009 Embraer delivered the first Phenom 300 to Executive Flight Services at the company's headquarters at São José dos Campos, Brazil.

In just four years, the Phenom 300 climbed to the top position on the list of most delivered business jets, with 60 units delivered in 2013.

It has two rear-pylon-mounted Pratt & Whitney Canada PW535E turbofan engines, one each side of the fuselage.

The enclosed cabin has room for nine passengers and two crew pilot; during single-pilot operation an additional passenger can be carried; access to the flight deck and cabin is using an air stair on the left-hand side behind.

From its range and speed to the comfort of its cabin, the Phenom 300 sets a new standard for light jets.

The Phenom 300 is Embraer's attempt to stretch the limits of the light jet segment by creating an airplane with best-in-class performance, comfort and utility while keeping operating costs at turboprop levels.

The biz jet world is relatively new to Embraer, which launched its executive jet program a few years back with the Legacy, a nicely reworked version of Embraer's ERJ 145 regional jet.

"Phenom 300 Cabin"
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One RJ conversion does not a bizjet program make, but it wasn't long before Embraer put its investment where its mouth was and launched a pair of clean-sheet airplanes, the Phenom 100 entry-level jet and the Phenom 300.

There's a substantial galley up front — on our trip, which spanned two continents, we enjoyed breakfast, lunch and dinner from our stash in the galley.

There's an ice bucket for storing drinks and keeping them cold and storage for wine and food and the trash that all those things create along the way.

It really is the ultimate expression of the light jet segment, with best-in-class performance and outstanding comfort and utility, while offering single-pilot ease of flight and airline style maintainability.

It's all part of Embraer's goal of giving the 300 as big a feel as possible for a light jet. Part of this plan was the styling of the interior.

Conceived jointly with renowned design house BMW Design works, the interior is upscale and minimalist, using clean lines, muted colors and open space to give the feeling of a larger space.

The biggest contributors to this impression are the windows, which are larger than those in nearly all midsize airplanes and nicely placed. Between every seat is a big oval window with a built-in shade.

The airplane has a range of nearly 2,000 nm, a nice lav is a big plus. Embraer is working on making the potty a certified seat and adding a side-facing couch up front as well, to increase the passenger capacity from seven to eight, not counting the copilot's seat.

"Phenom 300 Gallery"
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When it was working on its design for the Phenom 300, Embraer was looking to go far beyond its success with the 100 by making the 300 a jet with very good speed and great climbing performance, a comfortable cabin, with excellent range and great operating economies and maintainability.

The 300 does have many things in common with the 100, including the basic fuselage, the use of new-generation Pratt & Whitney Canada engines, the brilliant Garmin Prodigy flight deck and the same airliner-tough design philosophy.


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