Made by one of the largest aircraft manufacturers in the world, Brazil-based Embraer, the Phenom 100 is a very light twin engine jet and can accommodate four passengers and a single pilot, it is a small private jet that is favoured the World over by both individuals and small companies.
Commercial photographer Tim Wallace got to grips with the Phenom to create a series commercial image assets for our UK client of this stunning aircraft with its sweeping lines and well defined body and features.
The Phenom 100 has a comfortable range of 1,160 nautical miles and can climb to 37,000 feet in just 23 minutes, its also is also powerful with two Pratt and Whitney PW617F-E engines power the 100, providing a thrust for takeoff of 1,695 pounds each.
Based on Garmin’s G1000, the Phenom 100’s Embraer Prodigy all-glass avionics suite features three displays: two primary flight displays (PFD) and one multi-function display (MFD). All information is integrated onto high-definition/color resolution screens. The system is built with the pilot in mind, placing all aircraft monitoring, situational awareness and flight-planning tools at their fingertips. The GFC 700, an innovative Automatic Flight Control System (AFCS), is the Phenom’s fully digital, dual channel, three-axis autopilot system.
It may be classified as a very light private jet, but the Phenom 100 is competitive with larger private jets in performance and space. Its high speed cruise of 380 knots true airspeed trumps all close competitors.
Private Jet Photo Embraer Phenom 100 interiorThe interior of the Phenom 100 is surprising for its size as well. Measurements are 11 ft long, 4’11’’ high and 5’1’’ wide. The jet boasts 305 cubic feet of total cabin volume and 55 cubic feet of baggage capacity.
The design of the cabin is comfortable and aesthetically pleasing. It features large leather seats that include arm rests, power outlets and multiple controls at you fingertips, and nice-looking wood finishing that is consistent throughout.
The Phenom’s interior can be configured using seven pre-defined factory options.