Embraer launched the Phenom 300E in 2018. The Phenom 300E is an upgraded version of the Brazilian manufacturer's vastly popular Phenom 300. With a freshly designed interior and an upgraded avionics suite, the Phenom 300E is a revitalized version of the original model — while keeping all the performance specifications the same.
The Phenom 300E is powered by Pratt & Whitney 355E engines. These engines offer nearly 3,500 pounds of thrust. This allows the aircraft to achieve speeds of over 500 miles per hour, ensuring any trip is relatively quick.
The cabin of the Phenom 300E measures just under 5 feet tall, with the width ticking in just over 5 feet wide. This allows plenty of comfort for passengers. With a length of over 17 feet long, the cabin provides plenty of room for passengers to roam.
Embraer has upgraded the seating throughout the cabin. With custom leather design and stitching, it’s clear the Phenom 300E has been redesigned with style in mind. Each seat sports a 12-inch deep pullout storage drawer, enabling passengers to conveniently store their belongings.
Embraer has outfitted the cabin with high-tech integration, which allows passengers to control everything from television and streaming to air conditioning or heating via touch controls.
The cockpit is fitted with the high-performing Garmin G3000 Prodigy Touch suite. Previous models of the Phenom 300 are outfitted with the G1000 suite, but Embraer decided to upgrade when the Phenom 300E was introduced.
The Prodigy Touch suite offers the first-ever runway overrun awareness and alert system. With the Phenom 300E being single-pilot rated, this advanced system adds another layer of safety to the aircraft.