Embraer Phenom 100
The Phenom 100 is a Very Light Jet ( VLJ ) of the Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer.
The first flight of the Phenom 100 was held in São Paulo on 26 July 2007. The approval of the Brazilian aviation authority ANAC was issued on 9 December 2008, the FAA on 12 December 2008 and the EASA on 24 April 2009. The first aircraft was delivered on 24 December 2008 to the end customer. The production is in the works Botucatu in Brazil, in the Neiva Aeronautic Industry (a subsidiary of Embraer ) and in Melbourne in the U.S. state of Florida. The type designation of the jet is the EMB -500, which is the marketing name Phenom 100.
The machine has in its normal configuration, a capacity for four passengers and can carry up to six passengers when the toilet is removed. It has a maximum range of about 2,100 kilometers and a cruising speed of up to 700 km / h Her hull and the wings are of conventional aluminum alloys, however, made the tail of carbon fibers.
- Crew: 1 or 2 pilots
- Capacity: 4 to 6 passengers
- Length: 12.82 m
- Wingspan: 12.3 m
- Wing area: 18.76 m2
- Height: 4.35 m
- Cabin height: 1.5 m
- Cabin width: 1.55 m
- Max. Take off weight: up to 4800 kg
- Powerplant: 2 × Pratt & Whitney Canada PW617F each with 7.19 kN thrust
- Range: 2100 km
- Off distance: 1036 m
- Price: ~ 4.05 million U.S. dollars
- Cruising speed: 509 km / h
- Range: 2148 km
- Max. Operating altitude: 12,500 m
- Off distance: 1035m