Phenom 300 Private Jet Charter

Phenom 300 by Embraer (EMB-505), a popular Light - Specifications, History, and Overview

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Phenom 300 by Embraer (EMB-505), a popular Light - Specifications, History, and Overview

The average hourly rental rate of the Phenom 300 is around 4,300 USD per hour.

The average purchase price of a new Phenom 300 is 8,900,000 USD.

The average purchase price of a pre-owned Phenom 300 is 7,450,000 USD.

Aircraft Size

Aircraft sizeEnglishMetric
Length51.32 ft15.64 m
Wing Span52 ft15.9 m
Height16.72 ft5.1 m
Bag. Capacity85 ft³2.4 m³

Cabin Size

Cabin sizeEnglishMetric
Length17.16 ft 5.24 m
Width5.1 ft 1.54 m
Height4.92 ft 1.5 m
Area325 ft³ 9.2 m³

Aircraft Seats

Max Seating9
Typical Seating7

Average Prices

Purchase New8,900,000 USD8,900,000 EUR
Purchase Used7,450,000 USD7,450,000 EUR
Hourly rate4,300 USD/hour4,300 EUR/hour

Performance Specifications

IFR Range1951 nm3613 km
Cruise Speed453 KTAS838 km/h
Certified Ceiling45000 ft13716 m
Rate of Climb4050 ft/m1234 m/m
Takeoff Distance3140 ft957 m
Landing Distance2953 ft900 m
Max Takeoff Weight18999 lbs8618 kg
Max Landing Weight16865 lbs7650 kg
Useful Weight6495 lbs2946 kg
Payload with Full Fuel1142 lbs518 kg

More about the Phenom 300

Although Embraer is one of the largest and most dominant aircraft manufacturers on the planet, the Brazil-based company is typically known for its airliners and large-cabin business jets. However, in the last decade, the highly respected manufacturer has enthusiastically entered both the very light jet and light jet categories with their brand new Phenom 100 and Phenom 300 models. Announced in 2005, first flying in 2008, and receiving full certification by 2010, the Phenom 300 is as modern as business jets come. Travelers who have enjoyed Embraer aircraft in the past will feel at home in the smaller, more efficient Phenom 300. Innovation and an attention to detail are most evident in its interior, with a state-of-the-art cockpit and the sleek design characteristics that Embraer has become known for. Able to carry up to nine passengers in a high-density seating configuration and seven passengers in a more comfortable arrangement, the Phenom 300 is a diverse aircraft with infinite potential and is sure to become a major contender in the light jet marketplace.

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Key Features of the Phenom 300

Though it may not be as large as most other aircraft, the Phenom 300 has respectable cabin dimensions for a light jet. With a cabin length of 17'2", cabin width of 5'1", and a cabin height of 4'11", there is plenty of room for luxurious seating and other amenities. It features a private lavatory, climate control systems, LED cabin lighting, and boasts an abundance of baggage space at 76 cubic feet. BMW enthusiasts will feel at home when they enter the Phenom 300's stylish interior as the cabin itself was designed by BMW DesignworksUSA. Simple yet elegant, the model features an "Oval Lite" cabin which was designed to offer a spacious atmosphere with ample head-and-shoulder room. Within the cabin, eleven windows ensure that there is plenty of natural lighting during daytime flights. Interior customizations are also possible with a two-place divan option as well as accommodating club seating. Altogether, travelers looking for a modern, luxurious, and comfortable interior at light jet pricing are sure to be pleased with the Phenom 300.

Capabilities of the Phenom 300

The Embraer Phenom 300 is also a quite powerful aircraft for its category. With twin Pratt & Whitney Canada PW535E turbofans, the model has no shortage of thrusting power. With 3,200 pounds of thrust generated from each engine moderated by Full Authority Digital Electric Control (FADEC) systems, the aircraft handles its power efficiently. These turbofan engines allow the Phenom 300 to fly up to 1,951 nautical miles and takeoff in 3,140 feet of runway space at sea level. Combined with is maximum cruising speed of 453 ktas, the model has very impressive performance characteristics. Equally impressive is the Phenom 300's all-glass Prodigy flight deck, which is based on Garmin's G1000 avionics suite. This state-of-the-art navigation system seamlessly provides the pilot with important navigational displays, system monitoring, and autopilot capabilities. These systems work together to provide the pilot with as much information as possible while also increasing situational awareness and visibility in less than ideal flight conditions.