Is Phenom 300 single pilot?
Likewise, is the Phenom 100 single pilot?
As advanced as it is, the Phenom 100 was designed to be a single-pilot jet — Embraer's 450-knot Phenom 300 shares this trait. The concept of building a single-pilot light bizjet isn't new: Cessna has been doing it and doing it well for 40 years. The 100 is a single-pilot-friendly airplane.
Also Know, what is the largest single pilot jet? Cessna's Citation Encore+ is the largest business jet that can be flown by a single pilot. The Encore is one of the most versatile private jets in its class, and its successor takes it to another level.
Also to know, can a Learjet be flown single pilot?
Following models of the Learjet were certified in the transport category and single-pilot approval has never been awarded, or even requested, as far as I know. There was only one type rating-the CE500-that allowed a pilot to fly any of the Citation models at the time, including flying solo or as part of a crew.
How much does a Phenom 300 cost?
A new Embraer Phenom 300 has a list price of $8.76m. The cost of a used plane ranges between $7.0m and $8.7m. The total cost of ownership per year of the Phenom 300 is $1,505,487, including market depreciation of $350,200 or $2,030,787 including book depreciation of $875,500.