Phenom 300

With best-in-class performance, comfort, and utility, the Phenom 300 stretches the limits of the light jet category. This is a jet that has been designed to outperform the competition in just about every area. Bigger, faster, and with lower operating costs than its competitors, this jet makes sense in today’s economic climate.

The Phenom 300 was designed with the same high reliability and simple servicing as an airliner. It has been carefully engineered to feature technology previously unheard of in a light jet. Designed for high utilization, the Phenom 300 has an economic life of 35,000 hours and a scheduled maintenance plan of 600 hours or 12 months between inspections.

Breaking with convention, instead of creating a circular fuselage, Embraer redefined the jet’s shape and invented the Oval Lite® cross-section so passengers can sit up straight or stretch out in any of the six high-backed reclining leather seats. But it’s not just the cabin that’s spacious. The jet has the largest cockpit, galley, and windows in its class. Even the baggage compartment has more space than any other light jet.

With a high-speed cruise of 453 knots (839 km/hr) and a range of 3,600 kilometres, the Phenom 300 lives up to its reputation as a natural performer.

To arrange your private viewing of a Phenom 300, call 888-797-JETS (5387) or email sales@aurorajet.ca.


Specification and Performance

Specification and Performance

  • Passenger Capacity: 8 (includes belted lavatory)
  • Cabin Dimensions (HWL): 4’11”x 5’1”x 17’2”
  • Cabin Volume: 324 cu/ft
  • Baggage Volume: 67 cu/ft
  • Service Ceiling: 45,000 ft
  • Top Speed: Mach .78 / 521 mph
  • Range: 1,971 nautical miles (6 occupants)
  • Max Take-Off Weight: 17,968 lbs.
  • Fuel Capacity: 3,013 L (5,333 lbs.)
  • Engines: Pratt & Whitney Canada
  • Thrust: 3,200 lb x2
  • Avionics: Garmin Prodigy 300

Features

  • Oval Lite® cabin designed by BMW DesignworksUSA for premium comfort
  • Seven adjustable high-backed leather seats
  • Air phone
  • Drop-down monitor and armrest monitors
  • The largest windows in its class, including two in the lavatory
  • Two large retractable wooden tables
  • Separate cabin and cockpit air conditioning
  • Fully private lavatory at rear of cabin (rigid door)
  • LED overhead lighting (flood and spot)
  • Personal air conditioning vents
  • 110v power outlets
  • Galley appointed with coffee, tea, snacks, wine, beer, liquor, and soft drinks

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