Phenom 100 Ownership Overview
Aircraft buyers today are not surprised when they come across a Phenom 100 for sale. The aircraft is a popular Very Light Jet utilized in all markets. The luxurious aircraft hasn’t stopped production since it was released in 2005.
Phenom 100 Cabin Experience
The Phenom 100 is a roomy VLJ which provides seating for 4 passengers and 2 crew, with single-pilot certification. The aircraft provides travelers with a lavatory at the aft-end of the over 10ft long cabin within the 40ft long fuselage. The wingspan is just over 40ft and inside the cabin, travelers are given a height and width of nearly 5ft.
Total cabin space is over 210 cubic feet, with nearly 130 cubic feet of that dedicated to the passenger seating area. Typically, each passenger is given 25 cubic feet of wiggle room, while baggage is given 70 cubic feet of space in compartments located both inside the cabin and through an exterior door.
Phenom 100 Mission Profile
Customers who buy a Phenom 100 are the business type focused on potentially shorter trips and airport destinations which are more noise-sensitive. The cabin has noise-reducing features, a large cabin for its occupants, a solid lavatory door, and is overall simplistic in its operation. The configuration of the cabin aids in it appearing larger than it actually is, so the well designed features help passengers fell at ease throughout the duration of the trip.
Additionally, there are minute accent features such as lighting, single piece side walls and headliners, and cup holders which retract that all bring the appeal of a large corporate jet to the inside of this smaller, light jet.
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Phenom 100 Cost to Own
Acquisition cost for the Phenom 100 typically ranges from $2.6 million to $2.8 million, half that of rival Honda Jet and about $2 million less than the Citation M2. When factoring in market depreciation to the total annual cost, the aircraft will cost a buyer around $1.0 million per year, slightly less than the Honda Jet and M2 as they fall between $1.05-$1.4 million.
Phenom 100 Operating Cost
Phenom 100 direct operating cost is around $1,100 per flight hour, more than the Honda Jet and around $200 less than the M2, which includes fuel burn as well as various maintenance, crew, and operating fees.
Annual fixed costs for the Phenom 100 is roughly $200,000 to $210,000, half of the fixed cost for the Citation M2 and slightly more than the Honda Jet with a variance of only a few thousand dollars.
Phenom 100 Performance Overview
The Phenom 100 is world renowned for a reason- its style, luxurious ride, and amenities, paired with its fuel efficiency and single pilot capability make it appealing to many looking into private jets for sale.
Phenom 100 Engines
The Phenom 100 is equipped with two Pratt & Whitney Canada PW617F-E powerplants with a thrust capability of nearly 1,700lbs. The Phenom 100 has a max cruise speed of 390kts, comparable to that of the M2, but around 30kts slower than the Honda Jet.
The aircraft can land and takeoff in the following field lengths:
- FAR-91: 2,448nm
- FAR-135: 3,060nm
- FAR-121: 4,068nm
Phenom 100 Payload
Max payload for the Phenom 100 is just over 1,310lbs and can reach a range of nearly 750nm. Its payload capability weighs in around $100-$200 less than its competition.
Phenom 100 Range
At long-range cruise, the Phenom 100 has a range of 1,045nm with a typical passenger load.
Phenom 100 Specifications
|Phenom 100 General Info|
|Aircraft Class||Very Light Jet|
|Aircraft Year of Manufacture||2007 - Present|
|Phenom 100 Financial Data|
|Acquisition Cost||$2,430,000 - $2,970,000|
|Variable Cost||$1,019 - $1,245/hr|
|Annual Cost||$734,713 - $897,983|
|Fixed Cost||$20,174 - $181,564|
|Retail Charter Rate||$1,700/hr|
|Average Charter Net||$818/hr|
|Phenom 100 Performance Data|
|Fuel Burn||110 gal/hr|
|Max Cruise||390 kts|
|135 Landing||3,060 ft|
|135 Takeoff||3,060 ft|
|91 Landing||2,448 ft|
|91 Takeoff||2,448 ft|
|121 Landing||4,068 ft|
|121 Takeoff||4,068 ft|
|Max Payload||1,312 lbs|
|Basic Operating Weight||7,132 lbs|
|Max Takeoff Weight||10,500 lbs|
|Phenom 100 Cabin Details|
|Cabin Dimensions||12'8" x 5'1" x 4'11"|