Phenom 100 on Runway

Light But Capable


Embraer Phenom 100

Specs, operating costs & information



Embraer debuted their iteration of a very-light-jet in 2007 as an intuitive modern design that has stayed relevant for over a decade – as many of its competitors have been discontinued. The Phenom 100 presented a beautiful sleek interior and exterior design that focuses as much on the rear passengers as it does for those in the cockpit.

The standard design allows for 6 passengers (including pilot), however, there are options for a side-facing seat in-place of a storage cabinet and an option for belted lavatory to brings that number to 8 total. The Phenom 100 is one of the only in its class to offer a full lavatory – making multi-hour trips much more reasonable.

Like other aircraft in its class, the Phenom 100 is built to ease single-pilot operations and is designed with an owner-pilot in mind. The advanced G1000 avionics (Embraer has dubbed “prodigy”) allows for an easy transition into a jet category aircraft. The Phenom 100 cruises at 41,000 feet at 405 KTS with a range of about 1,200 nautical miles.


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Embraer Phenom 100 performance specs, information, variable cost per hour, cost of ownership, max cruise speed, service ceiling, ect.

*Performance and cost data has been collected and averaged from a variety of sources.

Range Map


Phenom 100, Full Seats Range (NM)

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