Embraer has unveiled its new Phenom 100EX business jet, the company’s latest evolution from the Phenom 100 series.

Operated by RAF, Emirates, Etihad, and the Finnish Aviation Academy, the Phenom 100 series is a trusted entry-level platform with over 400 aircraft in service.

The new Phenom 100EX delivers “superior cabin comfort, operational versatility and safety enhanced pilot-centric avionics to offer the ultimate flying experience”, Embraer says.

The Phenom 100EX includes improved seat design, increased use of more sustainable materials and flush-to-the-wall tables that maximise workspace.

The aircraft also includes interior enhancements, such as a baseline side-facing fifth seat and belted lavatory for additional passenger capacity.

Phenom 100EX features

The Phenom 100EX is also the first in its class to feature a Runway Overrun Awareness and Alerting System (ROAAS), which help provide a clear picture of the anticipated landing conditions.

“We are proud to announce the Phenom 100EX—an aircraft designed to experience excellence with superior comfort and disruptive technology that enhances safety,” said Michael Amalfitano, president and CEO of Embraer Executive Jets.

“This product reimagines the entry-level flight experience, offering enhanced comfort, empowering pilots, and enriching journeys to deliver more value to our customers.”

The cockpit has further pilot legroom provided by extended seat tracking and an open-concept cockpit for easier communication within the cabin.

In addition to the reimagined cabin, the aircraft boasts enhanced avionics as part of the Prodigy Touch, based on the renowned Garmin 3000.

Other avionics improvements include FlightStream 510, automatic 3D volumetric scanning with lightning and hail prediction, stabilised approach and predictive windshear.

The new jet is triple-certified by ANAC, FAA and EASA.
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