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Lineage 1000E Private Jet Charter

The Embraer Lineage 1000E mixes reliability & efficiency with comfort & elegance. It has five luxurious cabin zones for dining, entertainment, work, or rest.

  • Jet icon
    Aircraft category

    VIP Airliner

  • Seats icon
    Typical Seating

    13

  • Price icon
    Price per hour

    16,100

  • Range icon
    Nautical miles

    4600

Lineage 1000E

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The Embraer Lineage 1000E mixes reliability & efficiency with comfort & elegance. It has five luxurious cabin zones for dining, entertainment, work, or rest.

The average hourly rental rate of the Lineage 1000E is around 16,100 USD per hour.

Aircraft Size

Aircraft size English Metric
Length 118.9 ft 36.24 m
Wing Span 94.24 ft 28.72 m
Height 39.64 ft 12.08 m
Bag. Capacity 443 ft³ 12.54 m³

Cabin Size

Cabin size English Metric
Length 0 ft - m
Width 8.76 ft 2.68 m
Height 6.56 ft 2 m
Area 4085 ft³ 115.66 m³

Aircraft Seats

Layout Seats
Max Seating 19
Typical Seating 13
Pilots 2

Average Prices

Costs USD EUR
Purchase New 53,000,000 USD 53,000,000 EUR
Purchase Used 29,000,000 USD 29,000,000 EUR
Hourly rate 16,100 USD/hour 16,100 EUR/hour

Performance Specifications

Performance English Metric
IFR Range 4600 nm 8519 km
Cruise Speed 472 KTAS 874 km/h
Certified Ceiling 41000 ft 12497 m
Rate of Climb 2464 ft/m 751 m/m
Takeoff Distance 6076 ft 1852 m
Landing Distance 2038 ft 621 m
Max Takeoff Weight 120152 lbs 54500 kg
Max Landing Weight 100972 lbs 45800 kg
Useful Weight - -
Payload with Full Fuel 1530 lbs 694 kg

More about the Lineage 1000E

Lineage 1000E

The Lineage 1000E. Picture Source

The Embraer 190 airliner is what the Lineage 1000 model was based on, however, it has extra fuel tanks, which nearly double the range of this private jet. It also has a a lavish interior, fit to appease the fine tastes of passengers. Manufactured by the Brazilian aerospace firm Embraer, the embraer lineage 1000 line consist of business jets that can seat 19 people.

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Key Features of the Lineage 1000E

Lineage 1000E

 

Embraer announced the Lineage in 2006 for the head-turning discount price of $40.05 million. Picture Source.

Overall, as you would expect from the name, the Lineage 1000E follows the blueprints of its predecessor. It sheds weight where it isn’t needed though – literally. An extra 500lbs has been dropped since the previous model increasing its range, with the aircraft now capable of carrying 19 passengers comfortably. There is no danger of this leading to the feel of a commercial aircraft, however. With five separate cabins, the privacy that is such a fundamental appeal of such jets is maintained.

Everything is slicker, from the stone veneer finishing to the 48-inch TV in the third cabin. Technology has been seamlessly integrated into every part of the jet. Televisions and Blu-ray players are available on board the aircraft whilst iPad docks and Apple TV let passengers bring their own multimedia. There’s even a lighting system that can be controlled by your iPhone. Real technology enthusiasts will be impressed to hear that Embraer lineage 1000E jets can come equipped with HUD, EVS, and Autoland capabilities that enable the plane to fly itself through the approach, touch-down and rollout procedure.

Capabilities of the Lineage 1000E

Lineage 1000E Interior

The Lineage 1000E Skyacht One is a joint venture by Embraer and designer Eddie Sotto, running with the tagline “what if a yacht could fly?”. Picture Source.

With four passengers, for example, the Lineage 1000E can fly directly from London to New York, or Los Angeles to Lima, at a maximum cruise speed of 472 KTAS ( 874 km/h).

The Embraer Lineage 1000E jet has a slower cruising speed compared to some of the ultra long range jets, but its spacious interior guarantees a more comfortable and relaxed journey. It has the lowest cabin altitude in its class, of 7,000 feet, even though the aircraft’s maximum operating altitude is 41,000 feet.